Software for managing BLAST results?

John Barlow john_q_barlow at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 26 09:55:36 EST 2003

I use GeneStudio Pro's SeqVerter component (sorry, Windows only) for
managing my BLAST searches.  The program retrieves and stores the
searches as xml files.  The very neat "BLAST results browser" allows
browsing the results in both the "Classical" view and in a form-based
view.  In this second browser, you may not only view the details of
each hit, but also select sequences for download.  Although the
Alignment editor and the Contig editor will stop working after 60 days
unless you purchase a license (it's relatively inexpensive in
comparison to Sequencher, Vector NTI, and Lasergene), the SeqVerter
component of GeneStudio is free.

By the way, when searches are submitted, they are cached on the BLAST
server and may be retrieved up to three days after the search (I


peter_frankde at yahoo.de (Peter Frank) 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
> ---

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