Bioperl: How to send Blast request to NCBI over the web??
Mon, 22 Mar 1999 13:45:55 -0500
You're probably best off writing to firstname.lastname@example.org and asking them.
Chances are that they'll give you what you're asking for, but in a
completely unsupported fashion. In this scenario, it will also be
necessary for you to compile a local copy of the NCBI toolkit.
At 01:53 PM 3/22/99 -0500, J. H. Park wrote:
>Can anybody tell me (or give me perl/cgi codes)
>to send requests Blast search to run NCBI
>blast over updated NCBI db?
>I do not want to use their website but run
>a script in my machine with a sequence as
>it takes a lot of time using the web interface.
>Any comments and help appreciated!
>... Science is not a craftsmanship nor a simple clever discovery
>of nature. It is not a task for any clever mind with a good
>memory and a good understanding on the techniques involved with
>a good class mark from previous schools. It requires a maturity
>as an educated human personality with proper insights on the
>processes and consequences of the work involved to the society
>and all humanbeings in the far extent.
>It is a scholastic activity with unselfish and unbiased causes..
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