premier sequence analysis software

James Bonfield jkb at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk
Wed Apr 29 08:12:13 EST 1998


In article <6hqbrg$nm9 at net.bio.net> Crepineau florent <crepinau at sb-roscoff.fr> writes:
>   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

For what it's worth, Gap4 (part of the Staden Package) can also
integrate with Phred and Phrap. This has been possible for some time,
although the next release (available very soon) has greatly improved
this by making use of Phred values for the consensus sequence (which is
updated on the fly). (Ref: http://www.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk/pubseq/phrap.html)

For analysis, there's lots of tools (including ours)
available. However you can get very far (if not further than any
single integrated package) by just compiling the various free software
tools.

	James
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