BioEdit is software that functions as a program used for sequence analysis and sequence alignment editor. It is mouse-driven and intended to be used by biologists, engineers, and researchers.
This program has four different modes of alignment namely: gap insert and delete by mouse click, select and slide, grab and drag and on-screen typing. Using this text editor, researchers can arrange sequences by names, definitions, references, locus, and comments or even by residue. It includes basic phylogenetic tree viewer and the capability to have the nodes flipped and printed. It also features sequence annotation with alignment windows viewing.
The program BioEdit can also read back sequences verbally so as to check manually-typed entries. It reads and writes Phylip 3.2, Phylip 4, NBRF/PIR formats, Fasta, Clustal, and Genbank Formats. This text and text editor can also implement accessory applications and configurations using its application interface.
Configure and run accessory applications via the BioEdit graphical application configuration interface. Tables can be edited with point-and-click action. It has basic compatibility requirements. It works with Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, or XP and BioEdit uses up 15MB of storage space.
Our users primarily use BioEdit to open these file types:
Some users also use BioEdit to open these file types:
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