1.4.1 Importing Protein and DNA sequences
Please see the tutorial video below on "Importing Protein and DNA sequences" for additional support:
There are a few ways to import DNA and protein sequence files. You can either:
- Import your data via the home screen (when no other projects are open) by choosing the appropriate file format (Figure 184.108.40.206).
- Or click the “Import File” icon in the Materials box (Figure 220.127.116.11).
- Or click the "Import File" icon in the main editing toolbar (Figure 18.104.22.168).
- Or select the "File" menu, and then "Import" and then "Import (ctrl+I)" (Figure 22.214.171.124). Note: "Ctrl+I" key board short cut will also work.
All of these actions will invoke a dialog (Figure 126.96.36.199) to choose the file from your computer.
Once you selected a file/s, a dialog will pop up in Genome Compiler (Figure 188.8.131.52) to prompt you for a location to save to. You can choose to save the file in an existing folder or to create a new folder.
To create a new folder, click “New Folder”. A dialog will pop up (Figure 184.108.40.206) to prompt you for a name and an option to save it as a regular folder or Auto Annotation folder. Save your file by clicking “Create”. The file will now be saved as a new project in Genome Compiler and can be opened from the Materials box.
The "Regular" folder is used to save multi-part projects.
Choose the "Auto Annotation" folder when you are importing single parts of projects that you want to save to your Auto Annotations Library (See section 1.25 for more details).