The main purpose of the
dbparser package is to parse the DrugBank database which is downloadable in XML format from this link. The parsed data can then be explored and analyzed as desired by the user. The
dbparser package further provides the facility of saving the parsed data into a given database.
You can install the released version of dbparser from CRAN with:
or you can install the latest updates directly from the repo
This is a basic example which shows you how to solve a common problem:
## parse data from XML and save it to memory dbparser::get_xml_db_rows( "D:/DS Projects/Drug_Interaction/drugbank.xml" #system.file("extdata", "drugbank_record.xml", package = "dbparser") ) #>  TRUE ## load drugs data drugs <- dbparser::parse_drug() ## load drug groups data drug_groups <- dbparser::parse_drug_groups() ## load drug targets actions data drug_targets_actions <- dbparser::parse_drug_targets_actions()
The parsed data may be saved into a given database. Databases supported by
dbparser include MS SQL Server, MySQL and any database supported by
DBI package. Following is an example of saving the parsed data into a MySQL database.
library(dbparser) ## open a connection to the desired database engine with an already ## created database open_db(xml_db_name = "drugbank.xml", driver = "SQL Server", server = "ServerName\\\\SQL2016", output_database = "drugbank") ## save 'drugs' dataframe to DB parse_drug(TRUE) ## save 'drug_groups' dataframe to DB parse_drug_groups(TRUE) ## save 'drug_targets_actions' dataframe to DB parse_drug_targets_actions(TRUE) ## finally close db connection close_db()
Following is an example involving a quick look at a few aspects of the parsed data. First we look at the proportions of
small-molecule drugs in the data.
Below, we view the different
drug_groups in the data and how prevalent they are.
## view proportions of the different drug types for each drug group drugs %>% full_join(drug_groups, by = c('primary_key' = 'drugbank_id')) %>% select(type, group) %>% ggplot(aes(x = group, fill = type)) + geom_bar() + theme(legend.position= 'bottom') + labs(x = 'Drug Group', y = 'Quantity', title="Drug Type Distribution per Drug Group", caption="created by ggplot") + coord_flip()
Finally, we look at the
drug_targets_actions to observe their proportions as well.
## get counts of the different target actions in the data targetActionCounts <- drug_targets_actions %>% group_by(action) %>% summarise(count = n()) %>% arrange(desc(count)) ## get bar chart of the 10 most occurring target actions in the data p <- ggplot(targetActionCounts[1:10,], aes(x = reorder(action,count), y = count, fill = letters[1:10])) + geom_bar(stat = 'identity') + labs(fill = 'action', x = 'Target Action', y = 'Quantity', title = 'Target Actions Distribution', subtitle = 'Distribution of Target Actions in the Data', caption = 'created by ggplot') + guides(fill = FALSE) + ## removes legend for the bar colors coord_flip() ## switches the X and Y axes ## display plot p
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