Program description. DNA Chromatogram Explorer Lite is a Windows Explorer clone dedicated to DNA sequence analysis and manipulation. You can view the chromatograms while browsing through folders using its integrated file explorer. Hi, I have a 20 minute video recording of an insect and i need to process it. Since it is the raw data,its file format is.seq. Can anyone help me in reading the seq file in matlab? .SEQ File Association 3 Plain text file that contains a DNA sequence in.FASTA format; often produced by processing an.AB1 file and trimming the low-quality bases from the sequence; therefore, SEQ files are shorter than AB1 files; they can be viewed by most DNA sequencing programs and viewed in a text editor.
View, edit, and convert chromatograms. Trim low quality ends automatically. Program description DNA Chromatogram Explorer Lite is a Windows Explorer clone dedicated to DNA sequence analysis and manipulation. You can view the chromatograms while browsing through folders using its integrated file explorer. With a single click you can trim the low quality bases at the end of your samples.
The Lite version of Chromatogram Explorer is freeware. How to use it Exploring your samples Start DNA Chromatogram Explorer and navigate to your DNA sample files (chromatograms).
All chromatograms in that folder will be displayed in the right panel (see picture below). SCF and ABI (ABI, AB, AB1, AB!) chromatogram files are supported. Low quality ends are shown in dark gray color. To view non-chromatogram files (FASTA, SEQ, TXT) just double click them. Converting your samples Press 'Convert' or 'Convert all' and your file will be saved as SCF or FASTA (as you choose). Automatic end trimming With DNA Chromatogram Explorer you can of all chromatograms in a folder.
Please see short tutorial. Animated presentation How to install it DNA Chromatogram Explorer is delivered in a small package together with other free molecular biology tools. You don't need in order to 'install' this package. • the package • Double click it to unpack it • Specify the destination folder (where to unpack it) • Go to the destination folder and double click the program you want to use Name Chromatogram Explorer Lite Version 3.2 Package size ~ 5 MB Download time less than 12 seconds (for DSL) Uninstall DNA Chromatogram Explorer installs zero files in your system.
Therefore, you don't need to uninstall it. To uninstall the DNA Chromatogram Explorer, just delete it. Portability This software tool is really small so you can easily copy it on a floppy disk or USB flash stick and take it with you or send it to your colleagues via email. System requirements DNA Chromatogram Explorer can run on any version of Windows from Windows 98 to Windows 7 and also on Mac via Parallels or Bootcamp. It does not install additional libraries, updates, DLL, Java or registry keys into your system. Adobe Flash Player Alternative.
Hello all I'm new to Linux and wondering how to use a Linux sequence file in a module to traverse kernel objects. What I know is I can use the command: cat /proc/kallsyms to view the available symbols and from what I've read on google, the symbols in the list that have a 'D' or 'd' are pointers to data structures. Though I know the basics of how to create a module, the examples on the internet on how to use seq operations are not uniform and I'm getting a little confused. If someone knows of any good doco that will help me understand how to create a seq file to traverse kernel objects and could post a link (or a quick example), I would be greatly appreciative.