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>>>>> "Nathan" == Nathan O Siemers <nathan at dna.bms.com> writes:
Nathan> It seems that the Applied Biosystems sequencing
Nathan> chromatogram viewer "ted" has disappeared from the
Nathan> genome.wustl.edu ftp site. Not that I was in love with
Nathan> it, but I know of no other simple chromatogram viewer for
Nathan> unix/x. Are there others to look into? Perhaps someone
Nathan> is working on a Java slowution?
There is Trev, which I think is part of the Staden package. It's available
free, separately from the rest of the package. I've used it to look at ABI
files, plus it does other formats. It's a bit limited (no printing, no
reverse complement etc) but it's the only one I know of.
I don't have the URL any more, but the Staden site should be easy to locate.
Keith James Ph.D. - k.james at bangor.ac.uk - finger k.james at thunder.bangor.ac.uk
Biodegradation Group - School of Biological Sciences - University of Wales
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