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Alternatives to gcg software

Dr. Greg Quinn greg at franklin.burnham-inst.org
Mon May 3 17:58:37 EST 1999


Art, you have put together a very interesting site (nice graphics too!), 
and thanks for making this available to all of us. But.... I don't 
believe that you are factually correct about all GCG features being 
available elsewhere on the net. Even if this were so (which, as I 
have suggested, I don't believe to be the case) an advantage of GCG 
is that all these tools are available in the one place.  Additionally
results from one program can be used as inpt into another, and this
integration is key to the poplularity of GCG.

My 0.02c worth.
Greg

Additionally
results from one program can be used as inpt into another, and this
integration is key to the poplularity of GCG.

art roberts (arthurr at wsunix.wsu.edu) wrote:
: I have used gcg software and I have found that most of the features in
: it are available on the internet for FREE.  In fact, some sites have
: features, which gcg doesn't.
: 
: http://biotech.isCool.net
: 
: This site allows easy access to hyperlinks and free software for the
: biochemist, biophysicist and molecular biologist. This site is
: constantly evolving and expanding, so it can be easy to use, reliable,
: and comprehensive.  This is a non-profit site for your ease and
: enjoyment.  I also hope to eventually provide a viable alternative for
: gcg.
: 
: 
: Thanks,
: 
: Art Roberts
: 
: (web designer)
: 

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