>Date: 19 Feb 1993 19:09:48 -0500 (EST)
>From: "DAVID F. BISHOP" <BISHOP at msvax.mssm.edu>
>Subject: Re: Future software directions
>To: charles at medinfo.rochester.edu>>>>Charles Alexander
>>Div.of Medical Informatics
>>University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
>>GCGC at db1.cc.rochester.edu>>>>What we do here is that with every gigantic GCG manual we give to a new user,
>>we enclose a separate handy-dandy little hand-out that guides the person
>>through simple tasks like homology searches, seq retrieval, restriction
>>If you have this guide in Emailable form would you mind sharing a copy
>with me? Or is if FTPable? I am a nominal GCG administrater here and
>have my own guide as an unorganized collection of notes which I use
>when I get questions. An organized miniguide would be useful.
Hmm, I don't know if it's large enough to warrant being used as a mini-guide.
But, You're welcome to it. I am mailing (e-mail and snail) some later this week
will see that you get a copy.
>sure the Net would appreciate it if you made it generally available
>by FTP or if it is not too long, to post it to the newsgroup
>Yes, I think I will at some point. I have to do major revision of the hand-out
soon. I think in a month's time (time willing) I'll make it available to Dr.
Don Davidson at IUBIO.
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