#127 Bioinformatics tools installation and usage
Opened 2 months ago by rlengland. Modified a day ago

I am Samee Ullah a Bioinformatician at National Institute of Health(NIH) Islamabad Pakistan.

I am interested to contribute articles about the installation and usage of bioinformatics tools in the Fedora Magazine. Also I checked the Fedora Scientific flavors which comes with just 2 or 3 tools preinstalled and other open source tools in genomics, structural biology etc are missing. Therefore I think this would be very helpful to the computational researchers and PhDs or Postdocs to work in their laboratories easily.

https://discussion.fedoraproject.org/t/bioinformatics-tools-installation-and-usage-etc/39805


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2 months ago

I'll start writing on 19-06-2022 and by 23-06-2022 it will be ready for review.

Thank you for opening the Pagure card

@sameeullah Have you had an opportunity to work on this article? When you have a WordPress version ready, please leave a message on this card containing a link to a preview and the editors will take a look at it.

Thanks for volunteering to write for the Fedora Magazine.

@sameeullah Anything you can share on the status of this article?

@rlengland The draft is almost ready and I will add some high resolution screen shots within 24 hours to make it fully ready for review.

Thank you

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4 days ago

@sameeullah:

In your original proposal you wrote (emphasis added):

... I checked the Fedora Scientific ... open source tools in genomics, structural biology etc are missing. Therefore I think this would be very helpful to the computational researchers ...

However, on the download page for the CCP4 program you are recommending in your article, it states:

The source code for CCP4 8.0 is currently unavailable.

And the license does not appear to be one of the allowed licenses for Fedora Linux.

Since this does not appear to be open source software, I don't think we will be able to publish this.

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