ANNOUNCE: Release 3 of Artemis (sequence annotation tool)

Kim Rutherford kmr+news at sanger.ac.uk
Tue Mar 28 17:52:34 EST 2000

The Sanger Centre is pleased to announce the availability of a new
release of Artemis.

Artemis is a free DNA sequence viewer and annotation tool which is
capable of reading and writing complete EMBL and Genbank entries.

The main improvement since the last public release is the ability to
and write Genbank and GFF files.  There have also been many small bug
fixes and improvements, most of which are upwardly compatible.  A full
list of changes is here:



  Artemis is a DNA sequence viewer and annotation tool that allows
  visualization of sequence features and the results of analyses within
  the context of the sequence, and its six-frame translation.  Artemis
  written in Java and can read and write EMBL and GENBANK sequences and
  feature tables.

Artemis distribution

  Artemis is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public
  License, and should run on any system with a recent version of Java,
  but it is currently best supported on UNIX.  

Further Information

  The main Artemis web page is here:
  The page contains documentation, screenshots, download and

Mailing list

  We welcome contributions to Artemis and suggestions for new features.
  email discussion list has been set up for this purpose. To join, send
  message to 'majordomo at sanger.ac.uk' with 'subscribe artemis' in the
  (not the subject).  Announcements will also be sent to this list.


  The development of Artemis is funded by the Wellcome Trust's Beowulf
  Genomics initiative, through its support of the Pathogen Sequencing

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