General musings from the MacVector team about sequence analysis, molecular biology, the Mac in general and of course your favorite sequence analysis app for the Mac!

Monthly Archives: March 2011

Displaying your sequence how you want to display it.

We’re all different and one researcher’s preferred way of viewing their sequence may be the opposite of their lab mate’s. With MacVector we try to give you the flexibility of viewing a sequence how you want you view it. With the replica button it’s easy to show multiple views of the same sequence. With a […]

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MacVector 12: Annotating the sequence in the Editor View.

This is in a series of blog posts on interesting highlights of new features added to MacVector 12 In the last survey a popular request was to be able to change the case, alter the colour, or otherwise being able to annotate sequence directly in the Editor view. You’ve been able to use the Map […]

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Renumbering a sequence

To change the numbering of a MacVector sequence hover the mouse over the ‘red’ cross (or number) that appears at the beginning of a sequence. This will change to a hand. Double click and enter the new start number in the dialog that appears. You may also drag the red cross to a place in […]

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MacVector 12: Changes to the Find dialogue

This is in a series of blog posts on interesting highlights of new features added to MacVector 12 The find dialogue is a nondescript but fairly essential tool of any sequence analysis application. With uses such as finding short sections in your sequence to quickly searching for a primer it is probably one of the […]

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MacVector 12.0.2 has just been released

Download it here. This contains a few bugs fixes that surfaced after the 12.0.1 release. Tweet

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