[BioPython] web site beta
Wed, 8 Sep 1999 11:46:42 -0700 (PDT)
The site looks great, guys!
So I have a beginner's question. I got my username and password from
Chris, but where do I login? And what, exactly will I be logging into?
ANyway, I've done some searching for Free Biology Python code. So far
I haven't turned up much, but I do have a few links.
You probably know about most of them. One is the loci project:
One is the visualization toolkit which isn't in python but has python
The other is mdtools "which provides a set of classes useful for the
analysis and modification of protein structures."
Which, interestingly, had this to say: "Additional inspiration came
from Andrew Dalke's pdblang written in Perl."
I'm also working on a very rough implementation of the LSR UML in
Python. I'm sure it will be very rough. I'll send you guys the code
when I have something working.
--- Jeffrey Chang <jchang@SMI.Stanford.EDU> wrote:
> I have knocked the last few items off the To Do list
> for the web site.
> The information now seems to be correct and
> reasonably complete. Please
> take a look at it and let me know if there are any
> more changes to be made
> before our call for participation this week!
> (Also, make sure your browser is not getting an old
> version of the site!)
> BioPython mailing list - BioPython@biopython.org
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