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Re: Using Perl in a personalized medicine application.

by thomas895 (Deacon)
on Jul 24, 2013 at 08:20 UTC ( #1046033=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Using Perl in a personalized medicine application.

If you just want to output information from a database, then there are many ways of doing that. I have heard great things about Dancer, which abstracts much of the work for you, allowing you to focus on the presentation of the data. I've never used it, because I don't like this Moose stuff(it just doesn't look right). But you may find differently, so I encourage you to try it.

If you want to use Catalyst, then try the tutorial -- Catalyst::Manual::Tutorial -- which is a very good starting point for both Catalyst and DBIx::Class.

I know next to nothing about biology(except that during DNA replication, the RNA somehow gets the other RNA-thing(tRNA?) to move along it and translate every 3 codas into an amino acid which it strings on to a chain of amino acids...I think), so unfortunately I can't help you with how to organize that data or how to format it to your wishes.

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Re^2: Using Perl in a personalized medicine application.
by choroba (Archbishop) on Jul 24, 2013 at 08:49 UTC
    Moose stuff
    Dancer (not talking about Dancer2, which is written in Moo) has nothing in common with Moose.
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