In article <EJ13GC.8ow at ecf.toronto.edu> yuwaraj at ecf.toronto.edu (Murugathas Yuwaraj) writes:
>I'm looking for a simple package that would display traces that
>are stored in SCF format.
>I would like to know if 'ted' (a software for viewing and editing
>traces) is available for Linux. I checked the ted ftp site and
>did not find binaries for Linux. Could you also tell me if the
>source files are available? If so, I would like to attempt to
>compile it for Linux.
I recommend Trev. It's the successor to ted, supports more features
(eg newer SCF formats), is easier to use, and looks better too. It's
freely available in binary form for Linux (as well as Solaris 2, SunOS
4, Irix, Digital Unix, and even Windows 95 and Windows NT). Download
it from our ftp site:
For documentation on trev, see the www help:
James Bonfield (jkb at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk) Tel: 01223 402499 Fax: 01223 213556
Medical Research Council - Laboratory of Molecular Biology,
Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 2QH, England.
Also see Staden Package WWW site at http://www.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk/pubseq/