sequence analysis soft MacVector?

Pascal Meunier pmeunier at bilbo.bio.purdue.edu
Sat May 6 15:30:58 EST 1995

In article <1995May5.090219.102186 at rs6000.cmp.ilstu.edu>,
ajotsuka at rs6000.cmp.ilstu.edu (Anthony Otsuka) wrote:

> MacVector, AssemblyLign, and BandScanner are sold by Scientific
> Imaging Systems, Eastman Kodak Co., 25 Science Park, New Haven,
> CT 06511.  You can call them at (800) 225-5352 or (716) 588-2572.
> Their products are also sold through VWR Scientific (800)-932-
> 5000.
> Cheers, A. Otsuka (no relation to any company).
MacVector also has plenty of bugs in any one release, and even though their
tech support is excellent, I am tired of having to deal with an
insufficiently tested product.  I have stopped counting the number of times
it crashed our computer for no reason.  We also find some features awkward
at times.  I am now looking more in the direction of GeneWorks, but I don't
know if I wouldn't just be trading one set of problems for another. 
Anybody out there using GeneWorks?

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