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2005年3月24日

I used to use rainbow to implement a text categorizer for AT&T
http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~mccallum/bow/rainbow/
but I was interestedin using weka, and I saw a simple one today
http://www.hakank.org/weka/TextClassifierApplet.html

#!/usr/bin/perl
use SOAP::Lite;

$str="> t1 asdf
ASDF

> t2 asdf
ASDDF

> t3 asdf
SDFF";


printf SOAP::Lite -> service('http://xml.nig.ac.jp/wsdl/ClustalW.wsdl')
-> analyzeSimple($str);
printf("\n");

#!/usr/bin/perl
use Bio::SeqIO;
use Bio::SimpleAlign;
use Bio::LocatableSeq;

my $seq1=new Bio::LocatableSeq(
-seq=>"ABCDEFG-",
-id=>"t1",
-start=>1,
-end=>8
);

my $seq2=new Bio::LocatableSeq(
-seq=>"BCZEFGIH",
-id=>"t2",
-start=>1,
-end=>8
);
my $seq3=new Bio::LocatableSeq(
-seq=>"KBCDEGH-",
-id=>"t3",
-start=>1,
-end=>8);


$aln=Bio::SimpleAlign->new();
$aln->add_seq($seq1);
$aln->add_seq($seq2);
$aln->add_seq($seq3);


#$factory= Bio::Tools::Run::Alignment::Clustalw->new();
#$aln=$factory->align(\@seq_array);

#$threshold=50;
$str=$aln->consensus_string($threshold);
#printf $aln->length,"\n";
#printf $aln->no_residues,"\n";
#printf $aln->no_sequences,"\n";
#printf $aln->percentage_identity,"\n";
printf $seq1->seq(),"\n";printf("\n");
printf $seq2->seq(),"\n";printf("\n");
printf $seq3->seq(),"\n";printf("\n");
printf("$str\n");
printf $aln->match_line(),"\n";
printf $aln->match(),"\n";

2005年3月20日

for search protein by 3D structure
Protein Structure Similarity Search http://mbs.cbrc.jp/papia-cgi/str_menu.pl
you can also query it by protein fragment (residue numbers), c-alpha coordinates

2005年3月18日

if you are impressed by maps.google.com, and you are interested about how they do that,
you can check this website.

http://jgwebber.blogspot.com/2005/02/mapping-google.html

2005年3月13日

2005年3月12日

miniGPS is pretty interesting, it use GSM network to know your location,
not like GPS, miniGPS can only know the places you've been before.
ex: when you sleep on bus to your school, you can use it to alarm you when your bus is arrived to your school's station.

you can get new york's webcam image here
http://207.251.86.248/
simple, just jpg images. ex: http://207.251.86.248/cctv20.jpg

code for Symbian OS cellular phone
http://crschmidt.net/symbian/traffic/

my NOKIA from AT&T can also go into field test mode by using *3001#12345#
detail http://www.geckobeach.com/cellular/secrets/nokia_secrets_6188.asp

SGH-E315 with t-mobile you will have to make your own wap settings

enter this in your phone, *#87927# you will then get a screen saying settings voicestream, voicestream, gprs preferred, profile4 info, profile5 info...go down to profile4 info and you will then get another screen, this is where it all comes...type this is for the following...

Profile name...waptunnel
Homepage URL...http://wap.crjt.net
Security...non-secure
Bearer...data
IP address...24.3.27.144
Login name...guest
Password...password
Dial-up number 3604692000
Data call type...Analog

your all done...exit out and connect to t-zones or just start sending ringtones to your phone by e-mail like this yournumber@tmomail.net you should be receving them at pic messages...GOOD LUCK.

ps...login in to you t-zones with the new settings will charge you by the minute so watch out...to change them again to its original settings just go the the setting screen and choose the original settings and there no harm done...

if the code does not work try this one...
Profile name...waptunnel
Homepage URL...http://wap.yahoo.com
Security...non-secure
Bearer...data
IP address...12.25.203.11
Login name...guest
Password...password
Dial-up number 3604692000
Data call type...Analog

Default:

Profile name...GPRS Preferred
Homepage URL...http://wap.myvoicestream.com
Security...non-secure
Bearer...GPRS
IP address...216.155.165.50
Login name...anonymous
Password...
APN...wap.voicestream.com

My cell phone from T-Mobile is SAMSUNG's "SGH-E315"
I just tried to enter the Engineering-Mode of it.

Success entering:
*#06# Displays phones IMEI No.
*#9999# SW Version
*#8888# HW Version
*#0842# Vibrator
*#0289# Buzzer
*#0228# Battery Stat
*#0782# RTC Display (???)
*#0523# LCD Contrast
*#0778# Sim Size
*#0638# SIM network ID
*#0746# SSMS memory
*#4357# This screen (the actual help screen)
*#9324# Netmon (press the hangup key to exit)

2005年3月11日

2005年3月7日

old pdb file can be find by this way
ex: 1FB3 now is 1SM4, but if you want old pdb file you can get it this way
http://pdbobs.sdsc.edu/cgi/parse.cgi?id=1FB3

old pdb file can be find by this way
ex: 1FB3 now is 1SM4, but if you want old pdb file you can get it this way
http://pdbobs.sdsc.edu/cgi/parse.cgi?id=1FB3