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Ahmed Fadiel afadiel at bioinfo.sickkids.on.ca
Thu Jun 22 21:02:42 EST 2000


Thank you very much for your help.
I got the same site through the author. However, we are currently having
difficulty running the program. On the other hand, the author mensioned that
the output of the program is not printable!


Anders Gorm Pedersen wrote:

> Ahmed Fadiel wrote:
>
> > Please, if any one knows how can I got a copy of the cgr (chaos game
> > representative), that runs on windows or a web site that provide
> > interface for this program.
>
> DNA-CGR, available at: http://scorpius.iwarp.com/
>
> Title:          dnacgr
> Version:        0.1
> Entered-date:   2000-04-10
> Description:    Program to visualise patterns in DNA and RNA by using
>                 Chaos Game Representation. Shows probability of bases
>                 and sequences and can read .fasta and .seq format files.
>                 Can be used for genome analysis. Reads millions of bases
>                 from files in seconds. Runs on console, requires
> svgalib.
> Keywords:       DNA RNA genome biology chaos
> Author:         indraneel at 123india.com (Indraneel Majumdar)
> Maintained-by:  indraneel at 123india.com (Indraneel Majumdar)
> Primary-site:   http://scorpius.iwarp.com/
>                 32155 dnacgr-0.1.tar.gz
>                 814 dnacgrlsm.txt
> Alternate-site: ftp://metalab.unc.edu /pub/linux/science/biology/
>                 32155 dnacgr-0.1.tar.gz
>                 814 dnacgr.lsm
> Original-site:
> Platforms:      Linux/Intel
> Copying-policy: GPL
>
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>  Anders Gorm Pedersen, cand.scient., Ph.D.  (gorm at cbs.dtu.dk)
>
>  Center for Biological Sequence Analysis
>  Technical University of Denmark
>  Bldg 208, DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark
>
>  phone: (+45) 45 25 24 84
>  fax:   (+45) 45 93 15 85
>
>  Web: http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/gorm/
> ---------------------------------------------------------------







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