[BioC] is Biostrings being maintained?
antoinelucas at libertysurf.fr
Fri Oct 28 09:53:39 CEST 2005
I am working on GeneR wich maybe partly overlap Biostring possibilities
since its includes a lot of tools for sequence manipulation.
This package allows to look for oligomer in huge sequences (i.e: a whole
chromosome) and we are currently working on the windows version.
Le Thu, 27 Oct 2005 17:03:54 -0700
Robert Gentleman <rgentlem at fhcrc.org> a écrit:
> Hi Marcus,
> Yes, sort of, if you want to send me code, or discuss off line,
> we are hoping to spend some time on new capabilities here over the
> next few months. And I will (thought I already had) change the
> maintainer info.
> Marcus G. Daniels wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Does anyone know if Biostrings is being maintained? I see the version
> > number bumped between Bioconductor releases, but the maintainer's
> > (Saikat Debroy) e-mail bounces at the University of Wisconsin.
> > One thing I'd like to add support for matching amino acid strings. It
> > seems to be partially implemented, so I wonder if anyone else has a
> > later version than is to be included in 1.8.
> > Alternatively, if anyone knows of an R package that already has the
> > capability to do high-speed matching of multiple strings (with an amino
> > acid alphabet), I'd appreciate the pointer.
> > Thanks!
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