SeqApp, macintosh biosequence editor, etc, has minor update
gilbertd at sunflower.bio.indiana.edu
Mon Jul 11 15:31:57 EST 1994
A maintenance release of SeqApp is available which removes the
expiration date. Otherwise there are no bug fixes or new features
since the release of June 1993. My future effort will be directed to
its successor SeqPup, a multi-platform version.
SeqApp is a Macintosh biosequence editor, analyzer, and network
handyman. It includes links to network services and external analysis
multiple sequence alignment editor
single sequence editor window
read and write several sequence file formats *
easy hand alignment features including colored bases and sliding *
automatic multiple sequence alignment thru Clustal external app
automatic gel fragment alignment to contigs thru CAP exernal app *
translate dna to/from protein using various codon tables
automatic preference saving *
internet send mail, read mail
internet gopher, information retreival including genbank.
internet sequence analysis services
user-definable links to external analysis programs
+++ NOTICE: This is an unfinished version of the program. Expect it to
fail in various ways.
You can obtain updates of this release thru anonymous ftp to
ftp.bio.indiana.edu, in folder /molbio/seqapp, as seqapp.hqx. You may
also obtain updates directly thru an internet-connected Mac with SeqApp,
using Gopher to the IUBio archive. Look for a folder called "IUBio
Software+Data/SeqApp, Mac sequence editor". There may be additional
distribution software, data or information in this /molbio/seqapp folder.
See the Readme files in it for details.
Comments, bug reports and suggestions for new features (see below) may be
addressed via e-mail to
SeqApp at Bio.Indiana.Edu
SeqApp was started Sept. 1990 as MacApp sequence editor/analysis platform on
which analysis programs from other authors, typically command line w/ weak user
interfaces, could be easily incorporated into a useable Mac interface.
11 July 94, version 1.9a169 -- last update to this program, to remove
expiration date. Future work will be in successor SeqPup (multi-platform).
-- d.gilbert--biocomputing--indiana u--bloomington--gilbertd at bio.indiana.edu
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