Sequence alignment documentation

ketchup Ketchup at cris.com
Tue Aug 27 17:34:46 EST 1996

Have a look at GeneDoc for PC windows.


Karl Nicholas.

>I've also tried to find such a program but didn't succeed. The best
>alternative that I know of is using a spreadsheet program (like Excel). 
>These programs can read your alignment (as ASCII) putting one character
>in each cell and allow to put lines at one or more sides of each cell so
>you can "draw" your boxes.

>Not really convenient but better than drawing the boxes by hand.

>Hope this helps
>  Klaus

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