Seqed is also available for UNIX --I telnet to a mol biol server from
either a Mac or PC, and use seqed that way, which works just fine. I
don't know if it's available for Linux or not, but if it is, you could
turn one of your Mac's or PC's into a UNIX server...
On 25 Feb 1998, Jon Chappel wrote:
> Date: 25 Feb 1998 17:17:47 -0800
> From: Jon Chappel <j-chappe at nimr.mrc.ac.uk>
> Newsgroups: bionet.genome.autosequencing
> Subject: REQ PC version of Seqed / clone
>> We are thinking of buying an ABI machine but our lab is mainly PC based. In
> the US I liked to use Seqed (Mac operating system) to align and edit
> multiple sequences whilst displaying the chromatogram.
>> I would like something that will enable me to do this on a PC? I liked
> using Seqed because it was very simple to use but worked very well. Does
> anyone know of similar PC based software??