[Bioperl-l] tutorial material
Mon, 26 Feb 2001 10:29:54 +0000
Thank you Jonathan,
BioPerl distribution has directories 'script' and 'examples'. I do not
think their use has been discussed lately. I think they should be used to
put in lot more stuff.
Can anyone come up with a good reason why Jonathan's script should not go
into scripts directory?
Likewise, Joel Sevinsky posted a newby question a week ago and Jason
replied with a script
<http://bioperl.org/pipermail/bioperl-l/2001-February/002392.html> that, in
my opinion, should go into examples directory .
I am happy to add them in if there are no stong objections.
Jonathan Epstein wrote:
> I have a simple program which I think would be useful for inclusion in a
> BioPerl tutorial. It is a marriage between BioPerl and CGI.pm. See:
> and feel free to co-opt it for introductory materials. It contains a
> hyperlink to the source code, which is really just a hard Unix link on the
> web server.
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