This minor release is the last in the 2.10 series. It includes critical patches for maintaining access to public web services, compatibility with Java 10 on OSX, efficiency improvements a revised 3D structure chooser and more reliable SIFTS sequence-structure mappings.
Date: Monday 14th to Tuesday 15th May 2018
Time: 9.00 to 17.00
Location: MSTC, Sherrington Building, University of Liverpool, L69 3BX
This two day hands-on training course is aimed at students and researchers who want to gain practical understanding of the tools and approaches for protein sequence, structure and function prediction and analysis.
On Thursday 12th April 2018, as part of Alssundgymnasiet Sønderborg School visit to the School of Life Sciences.
Patch release for 2.10.3, fixes critical bugs and is the first release of 2018.
Jalview is compatible with Java 9, but only via webstart, or with a modified command-line launch script. If you use the InstallAnywhere version of Jalview it will recommend you install Java 8.
If you have installed Jalview via InstallAnywhere and you cannot access JABAWS services (a dialog box appears after you start Jalview about this), then you can patch the Jalview installation.
On OSX: - Add two lines to the Jalview.app/Contents/Info.plist file after the line starting <string>-Xdock:icon=
More efficienct data structures for handing sequence features and improved rendering performance when working with large alignments.
(1) Multiple Sequence Alignment and Analysis with Jalview on Thursday 23rd November 2017
Day 1 workshop employs talks and hands-on exercises to help students learn to use Jalview, a versatile protein and nucleic acid sequence alignment and analysis tool developed within the School of Life Sciences. We will cover launching Jalview, accessing sequence, alignment and 3D structure databases, creating, editing and analysing alignments, phylogenetic trees, analysing alignments with 3D structures, and preparation of figures for presentation and publication.
Patch release updating client for fetching sequences from uniprot.org and HTTPS access to services at ebi.ac.uk.