Any Mac packages comparable to GCG?

Enrico Cantu kinase at phoenix.net
Mon Aug 28 06:14:13 EST 1995


In article <41lgjh$e36 at decaxp.harvard.edu>, tshin at fas.harvard.edu (Tae Bum
Shin) wrote:

-> Hi there;
->         Our research group has been using GCG-Unix for the past few 
-> years, and personally I have _no_ complaints about its features or 
-> power.  However, some of my more faint-hearted colleagues complain about 
-> the UNIX interface and have inquired about the possibility of a Macintosh 
-> package which would replace GCG.  My question to you is this: are there 
-> any Mac genetic software packages that are comparable in their feature 
-> sets to GCG?  On the other hand, do any of these Mac packages offer 
-> _unique_ features not found in GCG?   Thanks for you input, and if there 
-> enough answers I'll post a summary later.
-> 
Look into MacVector.  I don't contact info at this moment, but if you
email me, I can get it for you.  It is not quite as robust as GCG, but it
is far more intuitive (as most Mac programs tend to be).  I have not used
either to any large degree (as my work doesn't require it), but if I had
to do something in that regard, I'd certainly go to MacVector first.

regards,
Enrico Cantu
Dept. of Biochemical & Biophysical Sciences
University of Houston




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