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News for 2013.
New web services for CENSOR are now available:
The old WSCensor service has been deprecated and should not be used for new development.
The WSDaliLite and WSMaxsprout services have been decommissioned, and replaced by:
The documentation for the WSDaliLite and WSMaxsprout services has been archived and is provided for reference purposes:
As previously mentioned the old CiteXplore v1 web service will be retired on the 31st October 2012. Users should migrate all usage to the replacement CiteXplore v3.0.1 web service as soon as possible. For queries relating to this service retirement please contact us via. EMBL-EBI Support.
The new web services for DaliLite and MaxSprout have come out of beta:
A set of services for sequence format conversion and now available for beta testing:
These services focus on the format conversion and manipulation of sequence data, for a tool specialising in the manipulation and format conversion of multiple sequence alignment formats, see MView (REST or SOAP).
New web services for DaliLite and MaxSprout are now available for beta testing:
Please report any feedback or issues encountered to us via. EMBL-EBI Support.
REST and SOAP (document/literal) Web Services of PromoterWise for pair-wise alignments are now available, see the following for details:
REST and SOAP (document/literal) Web Services of GeneWise & Wise2DBA for pair-wise alignments are now available, see the following for details:
The latest Web Service (version 3.0.1) is SOAP based and gives programmatic access to all of the publications and related information in UK PubMed Central. An example Java client is provided, together with comprehensive documentation on the new methods available. Version 3 of the service has been modularised, and allows users to pick and choose the components required, making information retrieval more efficient.
The new Web Service is now also being used by the front-end application of UK PubMed Central, improving its performance. Version 1 of the Web Service will be maintained for use until the end of October 2012.
REST and SOAP (document/literal) Web Services for SAPS, EMBOSS pepinfo, pepstats and pepwindow are now available, see the following for details:
The EBI Application Result XML contents for sequence similarity search have been updated with alignment strand information in a consistent format (e.g. <strand>minus/plus</strand> means the query is “minus” (“reverse”) and the subject is “plus” (“forward”)).
REST and SOAP (document/literal) Web Services for EMBOSS translation tools are now available, see the following for details:
Archived news for 2011.