premier sequence analysis software

Crepineau florent crepinau at sb-roscoff.fr
Fri Apr 24 10:41:36 EST 1998


   Hello

   I agree with you, phred/phrap/consed is a nice package and one can
complete it with GFP for an easy handeling. However, this is for the ABI
traces part of the question. If you want to fully analyse the sequences,
phred/phrap/consed is of limited use, GCG is nice. As was writting Andy
Law in a previous message, it depends on your needs. For example, do you
want to build a sequence database as well? Then you might want to look fo=
r
the TiGR package or for the ACEDB package.

   Hope this help.

Florent Cr=E9pineau


In article <6hnvia$mhr at net.bio.net>, srlasky at u.washignton.edu wrote:

> What kind of computer is the U replacing your vax with?  If its a Unix
> system, how about phred, phrap and consed for analysis and editing of
> the abi chromat files?  They are avalailable from U.W. through phil
> green and david gordon.  I think they are free and consed is a great
> editor.
>=20
> You can find documentation for these programs at
> http://www.mbt.washington.edu/
>=20
> srlasky
>=20
> John Crock wrote:
> >=20
> > Hello,
> >=20
> > Our Vax operated GCG package is being shut down at our Univeristy.  I=
 am
> > in charge of finding a new sequence analysis package for our
> > Department.  I am interested in knowing what is considered the premie=
r
> > package regardless of cost?  We want to be able to enter
> > ABI traces directly into the program and access them from various par=
ts
> > of the package.  What are the genome people using?




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