EditAlignment is a multiple alignment editor written in java.
EditAlignment's features :
- read/write/save alignments
- insertion deletion of gaps in groups of sequences
- delete selected sequences
The Jmol Applet allows the 3D display of molecules within a web page.
For more informations about Jmol, see
For more informations about scripting commands, see
Jmol interactive scripting documentation
The Java applet require Java Virtual Machine (JVM) to run.
If your JVM is not installed, you must install the JRE
You can test your Java Virtual Machine (JVM)
If your applet is not displaying properly, please check these additional configurations:
1.Enable the JRE through your Web browser
2.Enable the JRE through the "Java Plug-in Control Panel"
3.Clearing your Web Browser Cache
If you are unable to perform any of the steps above due to an error, please reinstall the JRE.
WARNING: Increase the JRE memory by setting the options -Xmx128m -Xms128m (for 128 MB of RAM allocated to the JVM).
The Java Plug-in Control Panel enables you to change the default settings used by the Java Plug-in at startup.
All applets running in an active instance of Java Plug-in use these settings.
Start the Java Plug-in Control Panel as follows:
For increasing the memory, click on "Advanced" panel and add options in "Java Runtime Parameters" line.
- On Windows: From the Start menu, choose the Programs option. Then choose the Java Plug-in Control Panel menu item.
- On Macintosh: From Applications, choose Utilities, Java and then Java 1.4.2 Plugin Settings
- On Solaris and Linux: You can use your web browser to visit the Control Panel applet page,
which was installed inside the JRE directory as the file ControlPanel.html.
(You can also run the Control Panel by launching the ControlPanel executable file.)