Embedding NCBI standalone Blast or SequenceServer in a Website
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kabir.deb ▴ 80

I'm planning to make an online Database on sequence data which can be accessible through BLAST (NCBI standalone blast or SequenceServer) search tool where user can choose one or more databases (options defined by me). Users also can opt other probable blast parameters like E value cutoff, identity cutoff, coverage cutoff etc. (My website domain is hosted in Arvixe) My question is that where can I get I suitable guide for doing that, as my background in biology and I'm beginner in bioinformatics?

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Guess that would depend on the programming language of your choice. In case its perl, CGI is a good start http://perldoc.perl.org/CGI.html . Many good tutorials are available in the web for the perl CGI module.

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Yannick Wurm ★ 2.5k

Apologies for the slow response - yes it is easy to integrate sequencserver as part of a bigger websites. (e.g. via ngnix). This is documented at https://sequenceserver.com/ under advanced configuration

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