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-USING THE C VERSION OF MISO
-===========================
+For installation and usage, please see:
-If you do not have the MISO repository checked out from github,
-proceed to step (1). If you do have the repository but just want to
-access the C version, go to step (2).
-
-Obtaining the MISO repository from github:
-------------------------------------------
-
-If you do not already have the MISO repository, get it from github, as follows.
-First check out the MISO repository, if you haven't already:
-
-$ git clone git://github.com/yarden/MISO.git
-
-Then checkout the "fastmiso" branch:
-
-$ git checkout fastmiso
-
-Now compile the relevant packages:
-
-$ make
-
-Then compile the Python interface
-
-$ cd pysplicing/
-$ python setup.py install
-
-Note: if you are compiling on a Unix system where you do not have root
-access, use the --prefix option, e.g.:
-
-$ python setup.py install --prefix=~/
-
-to install the Python interface in your home directory.
-
-Test that the version works through Python:
-
-$ cd ~/
-$ python
->> import pysplicing
->>
-
-If you get an error after the import, something went wrong.
-
-
-Getting the C version of MISO if you already have the MISO repository
----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-If you already have the MISO repository, simply switch to the
-"fastmiso" branch. If "MISO" is the location of the MISO repository
-on your machine, do:
-
-$ cd MISO/
-$ git checkout fastmiso
-
-
-Updating to the latest release of C version of MISO
----------------------------------------------------
-
-3. To get the latest version of the code once you have the "fastmiso"
-branch of the MISO repository, follow these steps:
-
-(a) Get the latest source:
-
-$ cd MISO/
-$ git pull origin fastmiso
-
-(b) Compile it:
-
-$ make
-
-(c) Remove old Python package:
-
-$ cd pysplicing/
-$ python setup.py clean
-
-(d) Recompile the Python package:
-
-$ python setup.py install
-
-As described in (1), use the "--prefix" option to setup.py to install
-the package in a local directory.
+http://genes.mit.edu/burgelab/miso/docs/

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