Steven E. Brenner
Steven E. Brenner" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon, 24 Nov 1997 09:03:16 -0800 ()
I certainly agree with this as well. I think that just putting all of
these modules in a public place (even if they aren't integrated or related
to each other or Bioperl) would have immense value.
The only difficulty is a naming scheme. Perhaps Blast_Ryan.pm, and
Once the existing code is "out there," we could try looking at it and
think about combining the best aspects to make an "official bioperl"
On Mon, 24 Nov 1997, Chris Dagdigian wrote:
> Everybody I've run across seems to have their own internal Blast/Fasta scripts & modules for
> starting, parsing and HTMLifying searches. The problem is that very few of them have been put
> into the public domain. The public stuff out there is mostly scattered across individual web
> pages and is pretty hard to locate.
> We need to get a Blast.pm and a Fasta.pm into CPAN for the individual scientists who don't have
> the time or programming staff to reinvent the wheel.
> My group (at GI) has a nice object oriented Blast.pm module that is pretty flexible. I'll put it
> up somewhere if people are willing to comment on it. If it seems useful I am confident that I
> can get 'official' permission from my company to put it in the public domain.
> Even gathering a bunch of similar modules from different people/sources and making them
> available via CPAN would be nice. People could then pick and choose what makes sense for them.
> Chris Dagdigian
> Genetics Institute
> > I am wondering if anyone has started working on a BLAST module. I am
> > interested in converting alot of the work I have done into modules and would
> > like some feedback before I put time into such a project.
> > --Joe Ryan
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