jlindsey at alpha.luc.ac.be
Thu Mar 23 18:44:18 CET 2000
I have just placed version 0.2 alpha of my library, dna, on my web
The R functions in this library cover most of the basic methods of
dna and protein sequence analysis. The library includes ports of
CLUSTAL W for multiple sequence alignment and flip for finding open
reading frames in a dna sequence.
There are an enormous number of interesting and challenging
statistical problems in current molecular biology and I am hoping that
making these procedures available to the R community will encourage
people to get involved.
Some links to useful sites for learning about molecular biology can
be found at
Comments and suggestions for further inclusions in the library are
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