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[Lynx-dev] A little script...

From: Gianluca Maio
Subject: [Lynx-dev] A little script...
Date: Fri, 12 Aug 2005 15:40:12 +1000
User-agent: Mozilla Thunderbird 0.9 (Windows/20041103)

Hey mates,

I am a genetics student and I have to make lot and lots of simulations. Linux seems to be the best OS to work with. I have a simulation program called EASYPOP build in C language, I have compiled it and used a *.sh file to have almost a thousands of simulations per second. The output files of EASYPOP are three types of files *.dat, *.equ and *.gen. The latter is the most important type of file, I need to use it for a web-based program, GENEPOP.

The big problem is that the web-based GENEPOP accept only ONE file per time. As I have a thousands of *.gen files, I guessed if it's possible to build a script that interacts with Lynx in a way in which it can read multiple files.

Here I build a very basic script in a understandable language (I'll TRY!!!)

OPEN lynx
SELECT  (Allele identity (F-statistics):* --> *1. For all populations)
DO {
/* This part has to be repeated as many times as I wish or by the number of files*/
       INPUT namefile.gen
       SAVE PAGE as nomefile.txt

Can I build a *.sh file with those characteristics??
I hope it won't be very hard.... Can you help me??!!! If you can you will save my life!!!!

Thanks a lot and W Linux!!!

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