GCUA (General Codon Usage Analysis) is designed to perform various tasks that are of use for evaluating codon usage in a set of genes. You can get it to do some simple things like calculate the number of observations of a particular codon in a gene. Or you can do the same thing for the combined dataset. You can also look at amino acid usage frequencies (again for each gene or for the dataset as a whole). The program also produces a distance matrix based on the similarity of codon usage in genes.
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McInerney, J.O. (1998).
GCUA (General Codon Usage Analysis).
Bioinformatics: 14 (4) 372-373.