Esee data formats

Eric Cabot elmo at troi.cc.rochester.edu
Fri Feb 15 16:15:45 EST 1991


Hello fellow netters,

    I am in the process of a major overhaul of the multiple
sequence editor ESEE.  I would like to give a lot more attention
to a variety of data types than I did in the past. Since the
program was originally conceived to handle the types of data
I myself was using the set of supported formats was very limited.
To give you some idea, I never used Genbank while I was in Canada,
only Embl and don't even know the full Genbank format specs!

In the past couple of years the sphere of users has outgrown the
sphere of people that I actually have contact with. Therefore
if you are an ESEE user (registered or not) and 
if you would like to suggest a data format for input to and output
from ESEE please send me a  complete description of that format
via e-mail at one of the addresses listed below.  For the sake
of those thousands of readers of this group/list who could care
less about this issue don't respond to this message via the net, PLEASE!

-Eric Cabot
 Department of Biology
 University of Rochester
 Rochester, NY
 ph: (716) 275-9097 

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Eric Cabot                              |    elmo at uhura.cc.rochester.edu
      "insert your face here"           |    elmo at uordbv.bitnet
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