C++ class library of sequence analysis functions?

Ewan Birney birney at molbiol.ox.ac.uk
Sun Dec 10 05:02:11 EST 1995


Keith Robison has a molbio++ class. 

I have just done a biocat search at EBI (which is very useful
for finding software - URL 
http://www.ebi.ac.uk/biocat/biocat.html )

and it tells me:

AC             BC00246
NAME           MOLBIO++
DOMAIN         Sequence analysis
DESCRIPTION    molbio++ is a C++ library for molecular biosequence
analysis.
DESCRIPTION    Major features include:
DESCRIPTION    classes and services for reading and writing sequence
data in 
DESCRIPTION    the following formats:  Genbank Flatfile , EMBL /
SwissProt
DESCRIPTION    GCG / Wisconsin , Fasta / Pearson , PIR , NCBI Retrieve
Server
DESCRIPTION    (read-only)
DESCRIPTION    limited parsing of fields and features in biosequence
files
DESCRIPTION    storing amino acid or nucleic acid sequences iterating
over
DESCRIPTION    a biosequence 
DESCRIPTION    calculating and storing counts or frequencies of amino
acids 
DESCRIPTION    or nucleotides
DESCRIPTION    device-independent graphics, via GCG's FIGURE program
DESCRIPTION    translating nucleotide sequences into proteins using
DESCRIPTION    the universal genetic code or modifications thereof.
DESCRIPTION    parsing BLAST output
DESCRIPTION    calculating pI and molecular weight of proteins amino
acid 
DESCRIPTION    hydropathy values of Kyte & Doolittle
AUTHOR         Keith Robison
RT             -
ADDRESS        Harvard University Department of Cellular and
Developmental
ADDRESS        Biology Department of Genetics (Harvard Medical School) /
HHMI
CONTACT        Keith Robison: robison at biosun.harvard.edu
SITE           ftp anonymous golgi.harvard.edu
SITE           Directory /pub/robison
SITE-CONTACT   -
SITE           ftp anonymous ftp.ebi.ac.uk
SITE           Directory /pub/software/unix UNIX software are stored 
SITE           as archive (tar) files compressed (.Z).
SITE-CONTACT   nethelp at ebi.ac.uk
OS             Sparcstation
LANGUAGE       C ++
VOLUME         -


I am not sure how well supported/used it is. 




ewan




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