Libdef: Definition of the Delila Language
( DEoxyribonucleic acid
is a language for extracting sets of sequence fragments
from a database.
This is the formal definition I work with to define the language
and data structure.
There is now an example library and extensive instruction testing.
The files are:
If you run the Test Script you should get results (as PostScript) corresponding to:
The definition of Delila libraries and Delila instructions.
An example Delila library.
Example Delila instructions for extractions and with mutations from libdef.lib1.
A Unix csh script for doing the test. Note that it uses wget
to grab the necessary files. You must have Delila, Lister
running on your machine.
A Unix csh script that cleans up all the files generated by the test
(but it leaves itself and the test script :-).
origin: 1999 May 23
updated: 2003 May 26
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