Look at http://www.DAofTX.com/edtech.htm; If you wish, download the
EDTECH program and look at the help topic "Batch...". I am not sure
what your needs are, but EDTECH is capable of placing graphs, text,
lines, circles, etc. at exact coordinates on a black/white page under
control of another program (through a list of commands generated by that
Charles Chunghun Kim wrote:
>> I am looking for software, scripts, or even modules that will allow me to
> generate a publication-quality graphical representation of elements in a
> DNA sequence.
>> More specifically, I would like to be able to map the genes of operons in
> scale, and to be able to add elements such as promoters and other
> regulatory regions.
>> I would appreciate it if responses could also be e-mailed to me (in
> addition to posting).
>> Charlie Kim
>cckim at stanford.edu