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AJAX covers standard data structures, including strings, sequences, file handles, queues, hashes, heaps, lists, dictionaries, trees and dynamic arrays. It also covers standard algorithms including comparisons, pattern matching, sorting, and iterators. AJAX will also provide a set of high level graphics functions suited to the needs of sequence analysis applications.
The NUCLEUS library provides higher-level functions specific to molecular sequence analysis, including sequence comparisons, translation, codon usage and annotation.
It also contains a eplplot, an EMBOSS, a fork of the plplot library.
In Debian, these libraries are to be considered private.
emboss (6.3.1-6~bpo60+1) squeeze-backports; urgency=low * Backport for Squeeze (no changes needed). -- Charles Plessy <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mon, 14 Feb 2011 11:20:43 +0900 emboss (6.3.1-6) unstable; urgency=low * All EMBOSS libraries are to be considered private. The libajax* and libnucleus* are merged in the emboss-lib package, which is moved from the ‘libs’ to the ‘science� more»
Version 6.3.0 15-Jul-2010 'ensembl' is a new access method for accessing Ensembl from MySQL. Queries take the form: seqret ensembl:human:ENST00000262160 seqret ensembl:human:ENST0000026216? seqret ensembl:human:ENSE00001533831 showing that transcripts, translations and exons are retrievable and that partial queries are allowed. Example database definitions are given in the emboss. more»
The EMBOSS package for Debian was initially prepared by Matt Hope (email@example.com) in 2002-2004 and released on (http://debian.bioinformatics.unsw.edu.au/). The package distributed in Debian was prepared by the "pkg-emboss" project in 2006, using the work of Matt Hope as a starting point. The packaging work of the pkg-emboss project is in the public domain unless stated otherwise. Source: ftp:/ more»