In <Pine.3.05.9302181047.B7744-9100000 at netcom2> wick at NETCOM.COM (Potter Wickware) writes:
>I agree with what Dave said about GCG -- I've talked to a lot of users and
>at best they merely tolerate it -- Steve is the first person I've heard
>say he actually _likes_ it. Whenever I've tried to use it I feel like
>I've just landed on Mars. I don't think GCG has a future until the user
>interface is improved.
Although the GCG user interface is not what I would call user-friendly
(BTW there are rumours that this will be changed) it is IMHO the
most powerful sequence analysis tool I have worked with so far.
Just my $0.02, Cornelius.
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