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A crate to read Bruker TimsTof data.
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[dependencies] timsrust = "x.x.x"
TimsRust is intended to be used as a library and not as a stand-alone application. An example of how to use it is found in e.g. Sage.
Two primary data types are exposed through TimsRust:
- Spectra: A traditional representation that expresses intensitites in function of mz values for a given precursor.
- Frames: All recorded data from a single TIMS elution (i.e. at one specific retention_time).
Two file formats are supported:
TDF - Bruker .d folder containing:
miniTDF - ProteoScape optimized Bruker file-format. Similar to TDF, miniTDF consists of multiple files: a binary '.bin' and an index '.parquet' file. The file-names are made up to the following convention:
<producing-engine-name>.<domain-name>.<extension>. e.g. for MS2 spectrum information:
<producing-engine-name>.ms2spectrum.<extension>. Therefore the following files are expected in the provided ms2 folder:
The timsrust_pyo3 package is an example of how the performance of TimsRust can be utilized in Python