I would like to use InterPro with an automated data extraction tool using a script, and I want to connect your URL via a tcp protocol. Is this possible, how do I get the data?
All our data is available for download in the following forms: *InterPro entry data and protein match lists in XML format. *Lists of InterPro matches to proteins and GO Terms in space delimited list format. *InterPro scan: A tool unifying all the match methods which allows you to match your protein against all the InterPro match methods. You can find documentation at our homepage: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/InterPro/ and at our ftp site: ftp://ftp.ebi.ac.uk/pub/databases/InterPro We also have database dumps which we can provide you with if necessary. We cannot encourage you to run scripts to extract data from the webserver – this process will cause excessive load on our web servers, leading to detrimental effects to our many other users and the servers will refuse to provide the data to you.
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