You can view using a Java trace viewer: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/~jparsons
but if you just use files on a PC. and want editing, you would be better off with the
Staden group's Trev http://www.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk/pubseq/index.html
If you want an assembler, you could try Staden's Gap4, phrap/consed, Cap3 etc
Chris Kafer wrote:
> What we really need is an assembly program for PCs, like
> Autoassembler, that will take the electropherogram files. Anyone know
> of freeware/shareware or websites that will do this? I've found one
> that will take fasta formats but what a pain to have to take 40 or
> more text sequences and reformat them.
>> On 23 Jun 1999 21:35:28 -0700, Lee.Smith at FLINDERS.EDU.AU (Lee Smith)
> >This may well be covered in a FAQ, but then I can't find that either!
> >Does anyone have any suggestions for software to allow editing/viewing
> >the electrophoretograms produced by an ABI sequencer on a PC?
> >Obviously shareware/freeware prefered!
> >Lee Smith
> >Flinders University
> >SA 5042
> >Lee.Smith at flinders.edu.au> >