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DNA sequence input by voice

Georg Fuellen fuellen at athena.mit.edu
Thu Jan 20 21:18:30 EST 1994


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 
ftp://rtfm.mit.edu:/pub/usenet/sci.med.occupational/FAQ:_Typing_Injuries_(3_5):_Keyboard_Alternatives_[monthly_posting] 
      ^host         ^directory

You may also ask the group bit.listserv.c+health or the sorehand list (I dont know their
address right now).

  georg
fuellen at mit.edu
The convex hull of all disclaimers made on usenet last year applies to this mess






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