[ANNOUNCE] MView 1.36: extract alignments from blast/fasta/other

Nigel Brown brown at ebi.ac.uk
Wed Sep 2 02:42:52 EST 1998


MView, release 1.36

    http://www.sander.ebi.ac.uk/mview/

MView is a free tool for converting the results of a sequence database
search into the form of a multiple alignment of hits stacked against the
query. For completeness, existing multiple alignments can be post-processed
in the same way. A typical application is the generation of a colorized Web
page from a BLAST or FASTA search allowing quick assessment of the hits in
terms of sequence conservation patterns alongside the scoring information.

Currently recognised input formats include: FASTA, TFASTX, BLASTP,
BLASTP(WashU), BLAST2, PSI-BLAST, BLASTN, BLASTN(WashU), Pearson, PIR, MSF,
CLUSTAL, MaxHom/HSSP, but see the Web page for the most recent information.
Alternative output formats are also supported: plain text, Pearson/FASTA,
PIR, and MSF, for export to other programs.

MView allows filtering of the input by score, e-value thresholds, psi-blast
search cycle, etc., provides a choice of coloring schemes and palettes for
protein or nucleotide sequences, and can generate consensus patterns.

This software requires Perl (version 5) and runs on UNIX systems.

See http://www.sander.ebi.ac.uk/mview/ for details and ftp/installation
instructions, and also the article: Brown, N.P., Leroy C., Sander
C. (1998). MView: A Web compatible database search or multiple alignment
viewer. Bioinformatics. 14(4):380-381.

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