In article <49n1h2$k1m at is.bbsrc.ac.uk>,
Andy Phillips <andy.phillips at bbsrc.ac.uk> wrote:
>Sorry about the previous posting - I hit the wrong button.
>>I'm looking for software to analyze digital images of Northern blots, SDS gels etc. I realize
>that NIH Image is ideal for my requirements, but unfortunately we have PCs here, not Macs. Does
>anyone know of an equivalent to Image that runs under Windows? It need not be freeware, but I
>don't want to spend thousands of pounds.
NIH Image will run on the Macintosh emulator 'Executor' this is a
very inexpensive and surprisingly fast Mac emulator which is available
in three flavours; for DOS, for Linux and for NextSTEP. It has a
newsgroup dedicated to it in the comp.emulators.* hierarchy.
My feeble old 486DX-33 emulates a Mac considerably faster than my Mac
PS. I don't have anything to do with ARDI, the company who make
Executor. I just am pretty impressed with their product.