[Biojava-l] (no subject)
Mon, 18 Feb 2002 11:47:06 +0000
Just to re-iterator what David said, you can use the Genbank parser in
the org.biojava.bio.seq.io package to parse Genbank entries, and then
you can upload the sequences it produces into a relational database
using our BioSQL client in the org.biojava.bio.seq.db.biosql package.
You will need to find a jdbc driver for Ms Access, or a jdbc ODBC driver
if you have configured Access to use ODBC.
The biosql client does not currently do a very good job of writing all
the non-feature annotations into the database, but you can adapt the
code to do this for you with a little knowledge of SQL and Java.
>>of such a program. But I am new to biojava. Could you
>>please make some suggestion for me to start? Any idea
>>concerning this will be appropriated.
> You could also attend the bootcamp at the EBI next month if you want a
> quick start. I found this route much less effort myself.
Also, some of us have chat open at:
irc.openprojects.net, port 6667, channel #biojava
Your milage will vary according to who is logged on and how much time we
have available to chatter ;-)