Przemko (przemko at reks.uia.ac.be) wrote:
: Another one concerns displaying secondary structures of
: proteins. Specifically, if I do C-W analysis, the output tells
: me: alpha or helix. Now, how could I visualize it? There exists
: something for the Mac called KaleidaGraph (?). But, I have PC and
At least our version of KaleidaGraph does not display secondary structure
but is a program for visualizing experimental data. Much like Cricket
Graph, but more sophisticated. I am especially impressed by the
General Fit function (KaleidaGraph will fit anything provided you
have no more than 10 variable parameters).
Back to your original question: the only software I know which makes
really nice plots is PLOTSTRUCTURE in the GCG package.
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