In article <2kv4lc$o3c at mserv1.dl.ac.uk> jenkins at aidsun.nibsc.ac.uk writes:
>There have been several notes recently concerning sequence assembly from
>all those sequenceing gels you have ran.
>One of the best (if not the best) sequence assembly software comes in
>Roger Staden's package. If you are a research institute, it's around a
>mere hundred pounds sterlimg, and it is excellent.
That's another alternative. Get an entire department to foot the bill.
This is nearly impossible in the places I've been in though. No
consensus. No organization for that sort of thing. Coffee, yes.
Software, you've got to be kidding.
Thanks for the tip. Hope he writes a Windows version.