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Biospectrogram: a tool for spectral analysis of biological sequences

@article{Turakhia2012BiospectrogramAT,
  title={Biospectrogram: a tool for spectral analysis of biological sequences},
  author={Naman Turakhia and Nilay Chheda and Manish Kumar Gupta and Ruchin Shah and Jigar Raisinghani},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2012},
  volume={abs/1210.1472}
}
Summary: Biospectrogam is an open-source software for the spectral analysis of DNA and protein sequences. The software can fetch (from NCBI server), import and manage biological data. One can analyze the data using Digital Signal Processing (DSP) techniques since the software allows the user to convert the symbolic data into numerical data using 23 popular encodings and then apply popular transformations such as Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) etc. and export it. The ability of exporting (both… 

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