GCG substitutes

Staffa.Nick staffa at niehs.nih.gov
Tue Jun 9 16:38:51 EST 1998

Some folks at this institute are unhappy with GCG in its SeqLab incarnation.
We are hoping that SeqWeb will cheer them up a bit, but the grudge has set
We've had GCG so long that some scientists even grumble that they weren't 
consulted in its choice.   So now my job, as lowly support person, is to
them with all the options and alternatives and let them choose.
When GCG was chosen,  it was after consultation with several folks who were 
experienced in the existing packages.  So I throw my net out on the web and
for advice, lists, and information.

What DNA and Protein Analysis software are you aware of that would do 
some of the things that GCG would do and perhaps be friendlier?
What do you know about it?  How could I find out more?  Would you recommend
et c.

Thanks for your time and effort.

Nick Staffa              telephone 361-5444 ext 410
Scientific Computing Support Group
OAO/TPMC/ITSS contract
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Debra Parrish, DIR monitor.

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