[Biococoa-dev] Non genetic tools?

Peter Schols peter.schols at bio.kuleuven.be
Tue Oct 4 05:26:26 EDT 2005

Hi Victor,

Great to see some more interest in BioCocoa!
BioCocoa is still in an early phase of development, we are trying to  
get the basics right. The framework is aimed at molecular biology. If  
you want to implement something to measure genetic distance between  
populations, I think it could fit into BC, or you could at least use  
BC as a tool to do file I/O and sequence manipulation.

Best wishes,


On 04 Oct 2005, at 10:37, victor jalencas wrote:

> Hi,
>  I've been lurking in this list for a few weeks now. I'm a software
> developer married to a biologist, and I had a keen interest in biology
> in my high-school days as well, so that's why I'm interested in
> bioinformatics.
>  I am wondering, though, whether the biococoa project is a
> genetics-only project, or are you interested in other disciplines as
> well. For example, I have developed some programs for my wife to
> measure distances between populations -she is an anthropologist
> specialised in demography and populations. I wonder if this kind of
> tools would fit in the project, or are better taken elsewhere.
>  Thanks for your attention
> Victor
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