Thu Mar 20 12:42:19 EST 1997
In article <5gjjmu$dv0 at net.bio.net> Gregor Hagedorn,
hagedorn at zedat.fu-berlin.de writes:
>From: Gregor Hagedorn, hagedorn at zedat.fu-berlin.de
>Subject: Geneskipper experiences?
>Date: 17 Mar 1997 06:15:58 -0800
>I am looking for experiences with Geneskipper to use with a Li-Cor
>If anybody thinks it is a good tool, or if you would warn me about it,
>I would appreciate both.
Sadly I have no experience on GeneSkipper with Li-Cor files, but I
have used it with both ALF and ABI files - both of which it handles
GeneSkipper is one of the best assembly programs I have used (and I
have tried a legion). Altough for data volume & automation purposes
we mainly use the Staden package on a Sun SPARC ourselves for assembly,
we use GS for analysis. It is simply the nicest program I've seen for
check for ORFs etc.
On some system set-ups GS seems to crash a bit too often, but since no
data is usually lost, nor does it crash the computer, this is merely
One major gripe is that we could not it get to read & save data reliably
over a Novell LAN-network for reasons unknown...
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