[reportlab-users] SVG export in comparison to PDF?
flyamer at gmail.com
Sat Aug 10 05:24:31 EDT 2013
PDF weighs 10.5 Mb, SVG file for 10% of that data weighs 17 Mb.
No, I haven't, how do I do that? Where can I find that file?
I use Python 2.7
Bio.__version__ is 1.62b
reportlab.Version is 2.7
No, there were some issues with fonts, but It seems, I successfully solved
2013/8/9 Peter Cock <p.j.a.cock at googlemail.com>
> On Fri, Aug 9, 2013 at 5:52 PM, Marc Tompkins <marc.tompkins at gmail.com>
> > On Fri, Aug 9, 2013 at 8:32 AM, Ilya Flyamer <flyamer at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I am using GenomeDiagram from BioPython, which is based on ReportLab to
> >> generate pictures, to draw some graphs/maps on the genome. The data is
> >> general huge, so that export of a picture out into PDF file takes a few
> >> minutes. But the problem is with export in SVG files: I waited over 40
> >> minutes and it still hasn't finished writing to disk (BTW, the process
> >> using >1Gb of RAM, but only 1-2% of CPU - looks strange to me, is it?).
> >> Is it an issue in ReportLab or a pure format structure issue?
> > Can you try it with a very small chunk of data? I don't know BioPython
> > GenomeDiagram, but I presume that there must be some way to handle tiny
> > snippets; in any case, does it successfully create an SVG when the
> > is not huge?
> The size of the successful PDF file would be interesting as a rough
> way to guess the complexity of your figure and how big the SVG
> might be.
> Have you run the Biopython unit tests, specifically file
> Tests/test_GenomeDiagram.py which should produce some
> sample PDF and SVG output in Tests/Graphics/ ?
> Also what versions of Python, Biopython and ReportLab do you
> have, and were there any issues installing the C bits of ReportLab?
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