ModBioSQL release 0.12
hegedus at biomembrane.hu
Thu Jul 15 14:30:18 EDT 2004
during my work I had to use RDBMS and EMBOSS.
I collected my scripts and experiments into a package called Modular
BioSQL, which has different features:
-- Modular RDB realization of different biological databases allows
fine-tuning with increased performance.
-- Storing result sets in RDBMS allows more accurate, more comfortable
analysis using SQL.
-- User interaction with the RDBMS (installation, loading up and querying
data) does not need programming skills.
-- Light weight RDB interaction with analysis packages (only EMBOSS is
-- Optimalized loading of flat files into the RDBMS.
-- Using 'fixed value arrays' (*_ref tables) results in both smaller data
size (smaller than the flat file) and smaller index
size increasing the performance (theoretically both the uploading and
-- Relatively easily extendable to implement and handle databases other
than the currently realized.
You may think I suggest Modular BioSQL as a replacement of BioSQL. I do
not think so! For details, please visit my web site, and send
comments and suggestions:
Tamas Hegedus, Research Fellow | phone: 480-301-6041
Mayo Clinic Scottsdale | fax: 480-301-7017
13000 E. Shea Blvd | mailto:hegedus.tamas at mayo.edu
Scottsdale, AZ, 85259 | http://www.biomembrane.hu/~hegedus
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