[Biojava-l] Biojava, use of on Mac server or applets
Thu, 11 May 2000 17:01:17 +1000
Help! I have been to your site, but not being a computer scientist
I am almost completely lost about how to even start to contribute to
Biojava and use the resources available.
Currently I run a small Bioinformatics intranet using FMPro and
Access DB with Lasso Web data engine to take data from the databases and
process for presentation on the web browsers. The FMPro, the Web server and
the Lasso plugin run under the Mac OS system with Access on the NT OS. The
Lasso plugin has the ability to run Java Applets with the LassoProxyAPI.
Currently my particular interest is in presenting fasta formatted
multiple alignment currently held as text files via an applet with coloured
boxes etc to indicated homologies - or alternatively via server side
processing of the files to generate html pages on the fly, if possible.
I tried to download from your FTP site to an NT without any success
in unpacking the downloaded file.
For the Demos on your site I expected working demos, but just found
details of the code etc.
Can Biojava help me with my problem? or would I be better using
Lasso to process my files server side as I am pretty familiar with the
language of this package, not widely used by the Bionofmraticsa community
thanks for any help advice that you can give me.
Dr Brian Paul Dalrymple
Bioinformatics - Bioactive Molecules Initiative
CSIRO Division of Health Sciences and Nutrition
Locked Bag 3004
Toowong QLD 4066
Physical location - Room A401B, Richie Building, University of Queensland,
Phone 07 3346 2503
Fax 07 3346 2509