TeXshade v1.24 >> >> A LaTeX package for setting nucleotide and peptide alignments. >> >> Setting alignments of nucleotides and peptides for publication >> or presentation purposes is usually a time consuming two-step >> process. First, a scientific software is used for the calcula- >> tion of the alignment. This is done in a few minutes. Then, in >> order to highlight special sequence relationships and to label >> positions and regions of interest a second software with high >> output capability is needed. >> >> Manipulating sequence alignments with standard word processing >> or graphics programs takes its time--often several hours--and >> simple layout changes such as re-breaking lines, say from 50 >> to 40 residues per line, elongate the working time considerab- >> ly. >> >> TeXshade is an alignment shading software completely written >> in TeX/LaTeX which can process multiple sequence alignments in >> the MSF, ALN and FASTA file format. It provides in addition to >> common shading algorithms special shading modes featuring >> functional aspects, e.g. charge or hydropathy, and a plenitude >> of commands for handling shading colors, text styles, labels, >> legends and even allows the user to define completely new sha- >> ding modes. TeXshade combines highest flexibility and the >> habitual TeX output quality--with reasonable time expenditure. >> Copyright (C) 1999 - 2011 Eric Beitz FOR THE HASTY READER Be sure to use a docstrip version 2.4 or later! Otherwise you will not be able to tex the documentation! 1 - FILES DISTRIBUTED WITH THIS PACKAGE texshade.ins Batch file, run through LaTeX texshade.dtx Docstrip archive, run twice through LaTeX tsfaq.tex Frequently asked questions about TeXshade texshade.txt This file (a) FILES THAT WILL BE GENERATED FROM TEXSHADE.INS texshade.sty LaTeX package texshade.def Standard definitions AQPDNA.MSF Example nucleotide alignment file (MSF-format) AQPpro.MSF Example protein alignment file (MSF-format) AQP_TC.asc Example T-Coffee shading file AQP2spec.ALN Example protein alignment file (ALN-format) AQP1.top Example topology data file generated from PHD AQP1.phd Example PHD secondary structure file AQP1_HMM.sgl Example HMMTOP topology data (single line format) AQP1_HMM.ext Example HMMTOP topology data (extended format) Standard.cod Standard genetic code definitions Ciliate.cod Ciliate macronuclear genetic code definitions (b) FILE THAT WILL BE GENERATED FROM TEXSHADE.DTX texshade.dvi Package documentation 2 - INSTALLATION (a) EXTRACTING FILES FROM THE DOCSTRIP ARCHIVE All files provided by TeXshade are compacted to one single file, namely "texshade.dtx". To extract the archive run "texshade.ins" - which contains the corresponding instructions - through LaTeX. A list of the generated files is given above, see 1(a). AGAIN: Be sure to use a docstrip version 2.4 or later! Otherwise you will not be able to tex the documentation! (b) THE DOCUMENTATION The file "texshade.dtx" further contains the package documentation. Therefore, run this file through LaTeX now. As you will recognize two runs are needed to make proper references within the document. TeXshade needs lots of TeX's memory, so adjust your parameter set- tings to make TeXshade feel comfortable. The documentation is a good test for this. (If you encounter problems texing the doc, you should tex and read section A of the FAQ-list (see d below) or download an on-line version [PDF-, DVI-, or PostScript format] at http://homepages.uni-tuebingen.de/beitz/) The resulting file "texshade.dvi" can be viewed and printed using a DVI-viewer which is able to display embedded PostScript. Another possibility is to run "texshade.dvi" through DVIPS, a DVI to Post- Script converter, and finally view and print the converted file which will be most likely "texshade.ps" with GhostView from the GNU free software foundation. TeXshade makes use of "color.sty" by David Carlisle. This style is part of the Standard LaTeX Graphics Bundle. Usually, the bundle is present in a comprehensive LaTeX installation. If this is not the case for your system you have to download the package from a CTAN- server, e.g. ftp.dante.de. (c) MAKING TEXSHADE.STY AVAILABLE FOR YOUR LATEX SYSTEM In the final step, copy at least the files "texshade.sty" and "ciliate.cod" to a directory searched by TeX in order to make these files available for all documents you'll produce in the future. The remaining files are example files which are not necessary for run- ning TeXshade. Nevertheless, it would be a good idea to keep all the files together. (d) THE FAQ LIST The FAQ list contains frequently asked questions about the package. Use it as a helpful source for solving problems with TeXshade. You get the list by simply running "tsfaq.tex" through LaTeX once. 3 - CONTACT E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org WWW: http://www.pharmazie.uni-kiel.de/chem/ (On-line documentation and updates) Address: Eric Beitz, University of Kiel, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Gutenbergstrasse 76, D-24118 Kiel (Germany) 4 - AGREEMENT This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. In order to receive a copy of the GNU General Public License write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
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texshade – Package for setting nucleotide and peptide alignments
TeXshade is alignment shading software completely written in TeX/LaTeX; it can process multiple sequence alignments in the .MSF and the .ALN file formats. In addition to common shading algorithms, it provides special shading modes showing functional aspects, e.g. charge or hydropathy, and a wide range of commands for handling shading colours, text styles, labels, legends; it even allows the user to define completely new shading modes. TeXshade combines highest flexibility with TeX output quality — all in a bundle that does not demand excessive development time of the user.
FAQs about TeXshade|
|License||GNU General Public License, version 2|
|Copyright||1999-2009 Eric Beitz|
|Contained in||TeXLive as texshade|
|MiKTeX as texshade|
support for typesetting molecular biology|
chemistry document support