Plasmid Mapping Software Needed

Dan Jacobson danj at dev.gdb.org
Fri Feb 11 16:05:22 EST 1994


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In article <1994Feb8.205926.18433 at vaxkiller.agi.org> vaxkiller.agi.org!rlynch (rick lynch) writes:
>I need software that will reconstruct a restriction site map
>from gel data.  I remember some time ago someone posted a source 
>for a Mac based shareware program that seemed to do what I need.
>
>Please let me know if you are aware of something that will do 
>this sort of stuff.
>

Point your WWW (Web) client at the 
<A HREF=" http://www.gdb.org/hopkins.html"> Hopkins Bioinformatics Web 
server </A> and select:

<A HREF="http://www.gdb.org/Dan/softsearch/softsearch.html">
Search for and retrieve software from sites around the world </A>

Now choose one of the ways to find software - 

Search the descriptions of Mac programs archived at the EMBL 

will do jsut fine for this example.  Search for

restriction

and you'll get entries telling you about the software.  Some have 
hypertext links to literature citations and all have a link right to
the program - just click on the programs name and the file is automagically
put on your hard disk.  In this case the program you're looking for is called
Double digester.

You can also jump into the Native home for Double digester from the
Softsearch page by browsing through the list of software and data archives
for biology.


If you've never heard of the Web or don't have a Web client yet 
(Mosaic, lynx ...) write me a note and I'll send you some information to
get started.


Best of luck,

Dan Jacobson

danj at gdb.org

Johns Hopkins University






















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