Waggawagga-CLI is the standalone command-line version of the web-application Waggawagga for the prediction of single α-helix (SAH) domains in proteins. It comes with an easy-to-use ruby environment and a mobile SQLite-database, where the analysed sequence data is stored for direct or later use. For further information, please have a look at the corresponding publication or the documentation.
If Waggawagga-CLI was helpful for your research, please cite:
Simm D. and Kollmar M. (2018) Waggawagga-CLI: A command-line tool for predicting stable single α-helices (SAH-domains), and the SAH-domain distribution across eukaryotes. PLoS ONE 13(2): e0191924.- 10.1371/journal.pone.0191924
- Supplemental data (10.6084/m9.figshare.5435947)
We are using the Traveling-Ruby framework for packaging our Ruby-on-Rails-based Waggawagga-CLI-tool for different platforms. Therefore we can provide packages for the following platforms: Linux-x86, Linux-x86 64 Bit and macOS. Just download the appropriate package for your system, unpack it and you are ready to use Waggawagga-CLI:
- Download Unix (32-bit):
- waggawagga-cli-1.0.0-linux-x86.tar.gz (16.0 MB)
- Download Unix (64-bit):
- waggawagga-cli-1.0.0-linux-x86_64.tar.gz (15.5 MB)
- Download macOS:
- waggawagga-cli-1.0.0-osx.tar.gz (16.3 MB)
Rights and Restrictions
Using Waggawagga by non-academics requires permission. Waggawagga may be obtained upon request and used under a GNU General Public License.
You can find a full documentation to the standalone version of Waggawagga under the following link (Documentation: Wagggawagga-CLI) or direct in the downloaded package.