forgotten link: http://www.ccgb.umn.edu/~lparsons/downloads/index.htmli.j.nijman at gmail.com wrote:
>> Have you seen this page? There's a simple script which parses the
> polybayes output.
> Ies Nijman
>> Elango, Palchamy (ICRISAT-IN) wrote:
> > I am using Polybayes program [Author: Prof. Gabor T. Marth] for SNP analysis.
> > I wish to parse and extract SNP associated information from the output (textual mulitple sequence alignment) of Polybayes program.
> > Alternatively I am trying out the possibilities of converting the polybayes alignment output into any standard multiple alignment format, so that I can able to use other SNP analysis programs that read multiple sequence alignment files as input.
> > I wish to use your parser script or any bioperl / biojava module.
> > Does anyone know or use any bioperl /biopython /biojava module ?
> > I shall be grateful if you could kindly provide me some tips or additional information on this.
> > Thanking you
> > Elango
> > P.Elango
> > GT-Biotechnology,
> > International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT),
> > Patancheru - 502 324, Andhra Pradesh, India.
> > Work: +(91) 40 307 13321 , Home: +(91) 40 559 98770 / +(91) 98854 98770 (Mobile)
> > pelango at cgiar.org <mailto:pelango at cgiar.org> www.cgiar.org <http://www.cgiar.org> elango at palchamy.com <mailto:elango at palchamy.com>