Is there a Karyotype Parser available?

Bill Abrams wra at BIOCHEM.DENTAL.UPENN.EDU
Mon Jul 31 09:23:28 EST 1995


> 
> Has anyone developed  grammar or parser software for parsing karyotype reports?
> 
> TIA
> -- 
> Karen Silverstein                karen.silverstein at stjude.org
> "Speaking only for myself"       St Jude Children's Research Hospital,
> (901)531-2375                    332 N. Lauderdale Avenue,
>                                  Memphis, TN 38101
> 
Not sure if the following will help, but...

Microsoft Excel allows parsing of text or numbers from AscII text files. 
This can then be exported to Word of word processor of your choice. 
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