This page provides information for the command line version of
iPSORT, which was written
in the OCaml language.
You may download and use iPSORT free of charge for
provided that you register and get a license key.
Now caml-iPSORT is available without registration and a license key.
Please read the non-commercial license agreement carefully.
The executable is downloadable here: Linux version, Mac OS X (10.5), Mac OS X (10.6)
ipsort is linked against part of the OCaml standard library (copyright INRIA,
licensed under LGPL but with special exceptions on linking).
- 2010/03/16: caml-iPSORT is now available without registration and a license key.
(installation and usage)
- Non-commercial license agreement
- iPSORT on the web
- Related Papers:
- H. Bannai, Y. Tamada, O. Maruyama, K. Nakai, and S. Miyano,
"Extensive feature detection of N-terminal
protein sorting signals",
(My version that I'm allowed to post, is here. The copyright has been transferred to
Oxford University Press.)
- H. Bannai, Y. Tamada, O. Maruyama, and S. Miyano,
"Views: fundamental building blocks in the
process of knowledge discovery",
In Proceedings of the 14th International
FLAIRS Conference, 233-238,
AAAI Press, 2001.
Copyright (C) 2001, 2010 Hideo Bannai