DNAdraw (was: Re: Inverting characters in multiple alignment)

Uwe Baumert tiedtke at vnwz00.uni-muenster.de
Fri Dec 23 04:56:53 EST 1994

dspete at helix.nih.gov (David S. Peterson) wrote:

> There is a program called DNADraw available in UNIX, Mac and DOS flavors that 
> will allow you to shade or inverse any particular character in an 
> alignment. It outputs a Postscript file, but all the shading must be done by 
> hand, I don't believe you can input a partially shaded alignment. It
should be 
> available from either ncbi.nlm.nih.gov or dcrt.nih.gov.

I can't locate it on ncbi.nlm.nih.gov and dcrt.nih.gov gives an "hostname
not known" error message. Can anyone on the net guide me to the DOS and
Mac-Versions of these program? 

With kind regards,

Uwe Baumert

Uwe Baumert
Institute for General Zoology and Genetics
University of Muenster                        Tel.: +49 251 834675
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