For the past couple of weeks I have been struggling off and on to convert
Pushpa Kathir's latest molecular maps of the nuclear genome into a form
that can be displayed on the web and printed at adequately high resolution.
I think I finally have it. Naturally this comes late on a Friday
afternoon, but if anybody is still around and has a few minutes to spare,
I'd appreciate it if you could take a look at part one (linkage groups I,
II and III) and tell me how they look on your system. The URL is
I am finding that this prints nicely on a laser printer in landscape mode
at 100% size, and is legible (albeit just barely) on the screen on my Power
Mac, using Netscape 3. I would like to hear from some people with other
systems - can you read the display on the screen? Does it print out OK and
fit on one sheet of paper? And can you tell me briefly what kind of
computer and browser you're using to view this?
If this seems to work for everyone, then the rest of the maps will go up on
Monday. If not, then I'll keep trying to beat it into submission.
chlamy at acpub.duke.edu