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1. Installation

The software requires the Java runtime environment >=1.7.0 (JRE 7.0) which can be downloaded from oracle.

  1. Install JRE 7.0 (1.7.0) or higher if it is not available on your system.
  2. Download the current Swat version and unpack the file into a directory.
  3. Change into the directory and start Swat by 

java -jar swat.jar Protein.fasta Nucleotide.fasta

Important: The files of the protein sequence and the nucleotide sequence have to be in fasta-format and must end with ".fasta". The protein sequence has to be followed by the nucleotide sequence.

 

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