In article <9le1id$auo$1 at pegasus.csx.cam.ac.uk>, jkb at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk wrote:
> We are pleased to announce a new beta release of the Staden Package -
>> The most significant change in this release is the merging of nip4 and sip4
> into one program (named "spin") which includes a graphical user interface to
> the EMBOSS tools. Spin therefore allows EMBOSS plots to be superimposed,
> scrolled and scaled in the same manner as the existing nip4 and sip4 plots.
>> In addition to this Gap4 has many improvements, including speed increases
> for larger projects (for example we have sites using 200,000 sequences
> producing over 7Mb of consensus sequence), an improved Find Internal
> searches, longer sequence names and even more sequences allowed (now up to
> 99,999,999), the ZTR trace file format, a test-version of the new automatic
> experiment suggestion tools, and bug fixes.
>> The beta release does not require a licence, but it expires on 11th November.
> For more details see:
Don't take offense :-) (I've used the Staden package for years and have
loved it!) but is it safe to have my grad student move her precious
sequencing project onto this beta version?
Dept Biochemistry and Microbiology
University of Victoria