In article <2hmila$3ko at gazette.bcm.tmc.edu>, pburch at cmb.bcm.tmc.edu (Paula Burch) writes:
|> I think that a lot of people would vastly prefer reading a DNA sequence
|> into a file by voice than by any of the various clumsy and/or slow
|> and/or expensive devices currently in use.
You may look into the FAQs of sci.med.occupational; there are some
people who cant type but use general-purpose voice recognition software.
An example is DragonDictate, see
You may also ask the group bit.listserv.c+health or the sorehand list (I dont know their
address right now).
fuellen at mit.edu
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