pdb-l: Jalview Version 2.0 released.

Hello Jean-Claude,

Thanks for trying out Jalview version 2.0.

Could you identify which links are broken? I've had a look through the website and have been unable to find them.

I guess that you are talking about the link to Java Webstart and InstallAnywhere on the download page. These are links to anchor points within the same page. I've removed the anchor references and changed font to bold for now, if this was causing confusion.

Is my guess correct?


At 05:14 06/07/2005, you wrote:

May be are you not aware that some of the links are broken on <http://www.jalview.org>http://www.jalview.org


Jean-Claude Jesior

On 5 Jul 2005, at 15:07, Jim Procter wrote:

Dear All!

A major new release of Jalview, the Java Sequence Alignment Viewer, is now
available from http://www.jalview.org. Originally created by Michele Clamp
in 1997 and one of the world's most popular alignment viewers, it has been
heavily re-engineered for version 2.0.

The original Jalview's features included:
  - efficient handling of very large alignments and many formats
  - wide range of residue colour schemes for property and conservation
  - sequence clustering and tree generation
  - definition of sequence groups and alignment regions
  - postscript and html output

Jalview version 2 has all the features of the original and more:
  - work with many alignments at once, and import New Hampshire trees
  - annotate alignments with text and secondary structure labels
  - Jalview xml archives for alignments, trees, annotations, and colours
  - flexible, WYSIWIG generation of EPS figures and PNG images
  - integrated alignment and secondary structure prediction via the web.

Jalview runs on recent versions of MS Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and
other Unices. It is distributed as a stand-alone installation, Java
webstart application and as a Java 1.1 applet. The application version
of Jalview interfaces with web services for alignment and secondary
structure prediction hosted by the School of Life Sciences at the
University of Dundee.

The Jalview 2.0 developers are Andrew Waterhouse, Jim Procter, David
Martin and Geoff Barton, based at the School of Life Sciences at the
University of Dundee, Scotland. The project is developed under the GPL
license, as part of the VAMSAS project funded by BBSRC - the UK's
Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council.

-- j.
J. B. Procter (VAMSAS Project) Barton Bioinformatics Research Group
Phone: +44 (0)1382 348734 http://www.compbio.dundee.ac.uk

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