This tool is the command line version of the famous DNA Sequence Assembler. With this tool you can perform DNA sequence assembly from your own "DOS" (Windows console) and Linux scripts. .
Command line options
You can specify the following parameters:
Example of script (create a BAT/CMD file and paste this code in it):
This simple script will call DNA Baser Console using 'c:\samples' as input folder. All ABI samples in that folder will be assembled.
Known issue: the vector removal is not ready yet in this version, but we will have an update in the next 2 days.
What's new in this version...
News: Speed improvement. The assembler engine has been upgraded from DNA Baser v3 to DNA Baser v4.30. The "--TrimEnd parameter is ignored" bug has been fixed.
What's in the package/How to install it...
DNA Sequence Assembler Console is delivered in a small package together with other free molecular biology tools. Download the package and double click it. The programs inside the package will be extracted to the destination folder (specified by you). Go to the destination folder and double click the program you want to use.
DNA Sequence Assembler Console installs in any computer even if you don't have administrator rights. To uninstall DNA Sequence Assembler Console, just delete it.
This software tool is really small so you can easily copy it on a floppy disk or USB flash stick and take it with you or send it to your colleagues via email.
This tool is . Please help us make it better. Let us know if you have any feature requests and we will try to integrate them.
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