In article <1994Dec20.155439.171654 at eros.embl-heidelberg.de>, ouzounis at embl-heidelberg.de (Christos Ouzounis) writes...
>In article <3ct5dk$psr at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>, jackl at camms1.caos.kun.nl (Jack Leunissen) writes:
>> Stephane Vuilleumier wrote:
>>>>> I previously used DISTANCES with parameter set to 1.5 to calculate
>>> pairwise identities between sequences in a multiple alignment. In the
>>> new GCG version now installed at our site, this possibility has (as far as I
>>> can tell) disappeared (choice between uncorrected, Jukes-Cantor and
>>> Kimura distances), and the output is the number of substitutions per
>>> 100 nucleotides.
$ sho sym *dist*
DIST*ANCES == "$GENUTIL:DISTANCES"
OLDDIST*ANCES == "$GENUTIL:OLDDISTANCES"
OLDDISTANCES, is (big surprise) the old Distances program.
We had the exact same problem a month or two ago. No, I didn't find it
either, but help at gcg.com supplied this nugget of information.
mathog at seqvax.bio.caltech.edu
Manager, sequence analysis facility, biology division, Caltech