XYLEM Database Tools - User Survey

Rod Savidge savidge at unb.ca
Mon Mar 11 14:26:12 EST 1996


Dear Brian,
I don't use XYLEM but as I work on xylem (wood) formation in trees, I'm
curious to know what the acronym stands for.

RAS


In message 4 Mar 1996 23:52:26 GMT,
  frist at cc.umanitoba.ca (Brian Fristensky)  writes:

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> #    #   #   #  #       ######  #    #     XYLEM
> #  #     # #   #       #       ##  ##
> ##       #    #       #####   # ## #             Database
> ##       #    #       #       #    #
> #  #      #    #       #       #    #                         Tools
> #    #     #    ######  ######  #    #
>
> Fristensky, B. (1993) Feature expressions: creating and manipulating
> sequence datasets. Nucl. Acids Res. 21:5997-6003.
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>
>
> March 4, 1996           U S E R   S U R V E Y
>
> I encourage XYLEM users to spend a few minutes filling out the
> attached survey to help me in planning future implementations of
> XYLEM.
>
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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> Name:
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> Mailing Address:
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> Phone:
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> Electronic Mail Address:
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> 1. PLATFORM
> [ ]Sun    [ ]IBM/AIX   [ ]HP9000   [ ]Other (specify):
>
> If you have compiled XYLEM locally, which compiler have you
> used?
>
> 2. USAGE
> [ ] personal      [ ] multiuser
>
> [ ] check if you administer multiuser version
> of XYLEM for other users
>
> 3. How do you run XYLEM?
> [ ] commmand line   [ ] GDE      [ ] other front end (specify):
>
>
> 4. Which programs have you used?
>
> [ ] FETCH
> [ ] FINDKEY
> [ ] FEATURES
> [ ] SPLITDB
> [ ] REFORM
> [ ] RIBOSOME
> [ ] SHUFFLE
> [ ] UDS
> [ ] PROT2NUC
> [ ] DBSTAT
>
> Only check these if you have run them independently on the
> command line (ie. not called from FETCH, FEATURES or FINDKEY)
> [ ] GETLOC
> [ ] GETOB
> [ ] IDENTIFY
>
> 5. Do you use FETCH and FINDKEY
> [ ] with a XYLEM-formatted version of GenBank?
> [ ] with a XYLEM-formatted version of PIR?
> [ ] to manage personal database subsets?
>
> 6. Do you use FEATURES to call another sequence retrieval program
> besides FETCH?
> [ ] yes    [ ] no
>
> If yes, which program is called?
>
> 7. Are you using the remote execution capabilities of FETCH & FINDKEY?
> [ ] yes    [ ] no
>
> 8. What aspects of XYLEM do you most like?
>
> 9. What aspects of XYLEM are most troublesome?
>
> 10. What additional capabilities would you like to see in XYLEM?
>
> 11. Other comments
>
>
> Please send your completed form to: frist at cc.umanitoba.ca
>
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