logol

By | September 22, 2011

Logol is a language used to describe some patterns in a DNA/RNA/Protein sequence. It focuses on biological meaning patterns to help biologists and bio-informaticians formulate some patterns and create an appropriate model. LogolMatch will then scan a sequence with this model to find the expected patterns.
Oneline documentation shows how to use this language to define patterns, and how to use LogolDesigner to create some grammar models graphically.

Name
logol
Documentation
Help is available at http://webapps.genouest.org/LogolDesigner/ , as well as screencast on how to build a model to match the bank/sequence.
E-learning web site with tutorials http://training.genouest.org/claroline/claroline/course/index.php?cid=LOGOL
Protocol
SOAP
WSDL
Endpoint
http://webservices.genouest.org/opal2/services/logol
Topic
Biology, Sequence Analysis
Type
Analysis, Data Retrieval
Tags
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Description

Logol is a language used to describe some patterns in a DNA/RNA/Protein sequence. It focuses on biological meaning patterns to [...]

Further information

Logol is a language used to describe some patterns in a DNA/RNA/Protein sequence. It focuses on biological meaning patterns to help biologists and bio-informaticians formulate some patterns and create an appropriate model. LogolMatch will then scan a sequence with this model to find the expected patterns.
Oneline documentation shows how to use this language to define patterns, and how to use LogolDesigner to create some grammar models graphically.

Original source
BioCatalogue

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