3. How to install geneid
|Extracting the distribution:
geneid distribution contains several directories and files. Source
code and documentation files are included in the distribution, as well as
parameters file and other extra information.
The distribution os archived and compressed in a single file using the
Linux command tar -zcvf. The compressed
filename is geneid.tar.gz. geneid files can be
extracted following these instructions:
Under Linux, try:
- Type gzip -d geneid.tar.gz
- Type tar -xvf geneid.tar
After executing those commands, the directory geneid will have been
created in your current working directory.
- Type tar -zxvf geneid.tar.gz
|geneid file listing:
geneid distribution contains the following things:
binaries will be stored over there.
HTML documentation. Open the index.html page.
geneid header file called geneid.h.
object files will be stored over there.
Different parameters files are provided. Select the proper one according to
the organism to which the input sequence belongs.
Some FASTA sequences as examples
(E. Blanco, G. Parra and R. Guigó. Using geneid to Identify Genes.
In A. D. Baxevanis and D. B. Davison, chief editors: Current Protocols in
Bioinformatics. Volume 1, Unit 4.3. John Wiley & Sons Inc., New York,
2002. ISBN: 0-471-25093-7.)
geneid source code.
This software has been registered under this license. Copy of the license.
Makefile to build geneid binary.
This file contains information about how to install and run the program,
and other more recent information.
|Compiling geneid code:
Enter the geneid directory and then, to build the binary file
use the make tool:
The binary geneid will have been created into the bin
directory. Type bin/geneid -h to test
the file has been properly built.
- Type cd geneid
- Type make
Enrique Blanco Garcia © 2003