Re: Staden Package and trev, its sequence viewer.
if you're working with ABI traces, see
The free Sequence Scanner Software enables you to view, edit, print and export sequence data generated using the Applied
Biosystems Genetic Analyzers. The software generates graphically expressive reports on results.
"Charles Plessy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message 20060209235651.GB21206@kunpuu.plessy.org">news:20060209235651.GB21206@kunpuu.plessy.org...
> Dear all,
> I am making a list of software of special relevance to molecular and
> computational biology, and it appears that there are only two free
> viewers for sequence traces, abiview and trev.
> Abiview is part of the emboss package, and an unofficial debian package
> is available. Unfortunately its GUI is very limited.
> On the other hand, trev, the viewer of the Staden package, has a better
> GUI, but is not packaged yet.
> Staden is something very big, and packaging it may not be
> straigtforward. On the other hand, I think that its presence in Debian
> would be very rewarding.
> Definitely, packaging Staden does not look like something for beginners.
> But as a molecular biologist, I can help with testing the packages with
> some real-life data of mine.
> I will crosspost this mail on debian-science as well, so that
> non-biologist debian developpers can hear the call for packaging. (would
> filling a formal RFP make sense ?) I think that it is better to reply on
> debian-med, as it is there where the thread was started.
> Best regards,