Local setup of sequence alignment tools?

Paulo Almeida paulo.david at netvisao.pt
Wed Mar 24 07:29:11 EST 2004


Have you tried ClustalX? I believe it is available for Windows, here 
(the .zip file):

	ftp://ftp-igbmc.u-strasbg.fr/pub/ClustalX/

-Paulo

Paul Wary wrote:
> There are several sequence alignment programs (e.g. Dialign, Spidey)
> available on the Web, which are accessible through HTML-based forms
> (however, this means I have to go online every time I want to perform
> an alignment). Sometimes excutables for several computer platforms can
> be downloaded but usually they are command-line operated, which is not
> very convenient.
> 
> Is it possible to set up a local HTML-based form or any other type of
> user-friendly interface using the command-line operated DOS
> executables? I do not know any programming languages but I do know
> some HTML.
> 
> Paul





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