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bioLegato - general purpose graphic user interface - Summary

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bioLegato is a programmable graphic interface capable of handling a wide range of data types. Each bioLegato is an "Object". The canvas area allows the user to view and manipulate the data. The menu area runs external programs, which correspond to the met


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