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Swat

A tool for aligning DNA/RNA sequences and protein sequences.

Swat is a java commandline software based on dynamic programming to calculate optimal local alignments of DNA/RNA sequences and protein sequences.

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Documentation:

1) Installation

2) Running Swat

 

Please also see our corresponding publication:

Fürstberger A, Maucher M, Kestler HA. Extended pairwise local alignment of wild card DNA/RNA-sequences using dynamic programmingJ Stat Comput Simul 85(1): 3-13, 2015. https://doi.org/10.1080/00949655.2014.928294

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