In article <36E534B7.ACAB0E8D at nih.gov>,
Jonathan Epstein <Jonathan_Epstein at nih.gov> writes:
>> What do people out there use for producing publication-quality multiple
> In particular, I need to highlight some Motifs, and also should some
> discontinuity in some of the sequences, where I don't want to show
> hundreds of residues of uninteresting sequence.
I'm editing the .blc before running alscript to remove unwanted
sequences and add "<nb of residues deleted>".
You can find an example in :
Jeanmougin F, Wurtz JM, LeDouarin B, Chambon P, Losson R
The bromodomain revisited
Trends Biochem Sci 1997;Vol 22, Iss 5:151-153
There waas a GUI for alscript but I prefer "vi" or writing the
suitable script. Ho, yes, it's scripting, but it does what you attempt
> I have a PC on my desk, and have access to numerous Unix hosts,
> including one using GCG. In a pinch, I can use a Mac running MacVector.
alscript produces high quality postscript output.
> I need to get these diagrams out quickly, so am especially interested in
> freeware and/or time-bombed demos.
should be fast, just check alscript home page.
> I understand that Vector NTI is pretty well thought of these days for
> Windoze users. Does the demo version have the sorts of capabilities
> which I mention?
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