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Jennifer I Clark
jenclark at ebi.ac.uk
Wed Jul 23 03:47:08 PDT 2003
That's a good idea. Thanks for sending it to the
list. Hopefully people will respond by writing to
me with the relevant information.
jacob koehler wrote:
> many of the listed tools are webpages programmed using some scripts and
> databases. in such cases, i would recommend to list if (and from where)
> it is possible to download all the scripts required to install the
> system locally.
>> I'm in the middle of updating the Gene Ontology
>> Consortium Software web page:
>> and I am planning to add a bit more information
>> about each of the tools. The things I'm interested
>> in are
>> 1) Platforms: do they run on unix/linux/mac and
>> 2) What language is the programme written in?
>> 3) Is the programme open source?
>> 4) Is the programme free or is there a charge for
>> it's use?
>> 5) Is there a web address for each tool where
>> system requirements are listed?
>> I would really appreciate if people who know about
>> these tools could write and tell me the answers to
>> these questions for each of the tools, since it
>> would take ages for me to find out by going
>> through the individual web pages.
>> Thanks ever so much for your help.
>> Best wishes,
EMBL - European Bioinformatics Institute
and Wolfson College, Cambridge.
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