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In article <bdbij0$1vtp$1 at news.cybercity.dk>,
"S.W. Rasmussen" <swr at seqtools.dk> wrote:
> For smaller numbers of sequences (1-2,000) seqtools (win32) may solve the
> problem. See www.seqtools.dk for details. In addition seqtools includes
> features for batch blasting either on local user db's or on genbank via the
> blastcl3 ncbi application..
>> Cheers Soeren
>> "Peter Frank" <peter_frankde at yahoo.de> wrote in message
> news:55befv4cgg91bm6365gv3mrpr7vdhfhimp at 4ax.com...> > Is there a software for managing BLAST results?
> > For now, I save my BLAST results as text files because I cannot save
> > the HTML output with the Internet Explorer (does it work for anyone
> > else?). With time I have a directory full of text format BLAST
> > results pages, which do not allow easy handling, viewing, etc. (of
> > course, a lot of features of the HTML output are not available in text
> > format). So, I wonder whether there is something like a software that
> > allows creating an annotatable and analyzable database of BLAST
> > results pages containing all the information of the HTML output pages.
> > Peter
> > ---