[Fwd: Re: [Bioperl-l] aligning one sequence o a preformed
avilella at ub.edu
Thu May 20 03:49:44 EDT 2004
And you can even try:
which will (try to) automatically download, compile and install the
programs (clustalw, EMBOSS, tcoffee, and paml, right now) you choose.
It will even remember you to set, in your case, a $CLUSTALDIR
environmental variable in the right place,
PD: Note the (try to). It works on my linux box, but I haven't tested it
on Win32 or Mac OS X. So try it and submit bugs if fails...
On Wed, 2004-05-19 at 20:50, Barry Moore wrote:
> Must have replied only to you since I did see this show up on the list,
> so I'll repost it.
> ClustalW will do this. Bio::Tools::Run::Alignment::Clustalw if you've
> got a local installation. Bio::Tools::Run::PiseApplication::clustalw to
> run it on the Pise server.
> luisa pugliese wrote:
> > Hi Bioperlers,
> > I would like to align a sequence to an alignment I already have, without
> > changing the alignment between the other sequences involved in it. Does
> > anybody knows if there is a module within bioperl or a program that can be
> > run by bioperl-run that could do this job?
> > Thank you to all
> > Luisa
> > =============================
> > Luisa Pugliese, Ph.D.
> > luisa.pugliese at safan-bioinformatics.it
> > S.A.F.AN. BIOINFORMATICS
> > Corso Tazzoli 215/13 -10137 Torino - ITALY
> > tel +39 011 3026230
> > cell. +39 333 6130644
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> Barry Moore
> Dept. of Human Genetics
> University of Utah
> Salt Lake City, UT
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