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Old 04-17-2015, 07:20 PM   #1
Travis Lawrence
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Default Introducing FAST: Fast Analysis of Sequences Toolbox

Hi Everyone

My lab would like to introduce FAST: Fast Analysis of Sequences Toolbox:

The FAST Analysis of Sequences Toolbox (FAST) is a set of Unix tools (for example fasgrep, fascut, fashead and fastr) for sequence bioinformatics modeled after the Unix textutils (such as grep, cut, head, tr, etc). FAST workflows are designed for "inline" (serial) processing of flatfile biological sequence record databases per-sequence, rather than per-line, through Unix command pipelines. The default data exchange format is multifasta (specifically, a restriction of BioPerl FastA format). FAST tools expose the power of Perl and BioPerl for sequence analysis to non-programmers in an easy-to-learn command-line paradigm.

You do not need to know Perl or BioPerl to use FAST.

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