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Old 17th February 2010, 07:32
linux.ab linux.ab is offline
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Question which destro is easy to use for bioinformatics professional

hi ...i want to know which linux destro is easy to use for bioinformatics professional....i.e easy to install softwares related to bioinformatics...and as a new user i want to know which one is easy to use for fundamental knowledge
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Old 17th February 2010, 10:56
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Bio-Linux: http://nebc.nox.ac.uk/tools/bio-linux/bio-linux-5.0
DNA Linux: http://www.dnalinux.com/


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DNALinux is a Virtual Machine with bioinformatic software preinstalled.Bioinformatics software is included, like: ApE.A Plasmid Editor, Biopython, Blast, Emboss, FinchTV, NCBI Toolkit, Polyxmass, primer3.
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