This RNA Matrix Program converts an RNA secondary structure into a matrix representation of the RNA's graph. Specifically, it takes a ".ct" or ".Bpseq" file format and determines the number of vertices within the RNA structure, the Laplacian matrix, the eigenvalues, and the order of the labeled graph. To learn more about the concepts that are involved with this program, please visit the Program Description.
- For ".ct", ".bpseq", and ".gzip" files, please make sure the file extension is not ".txt". File extension should match the file format
- If you upload an adjacency matrix, please verify that the file is in plain text with the extension ".txt"
- The Max file size allowed is 20MB
- For Unix/Linux/Mac users, you can verify that your ".ct" files are properly formated using "vi". Windows users may use "notepad" to make sure the file is in plain text
Users can also upload a group of ".ct" files for batch processing. To prepare files, please do the following on your local machine:
- Save your ".ct" files into one directory (for example: my_ct_dir)
- Tar your direcory using a command similar to the following on Unix: "tar cvf ./my_files.tar ./my_ct_dir"
- Compress your tar: "gzip my_files.tar"
- Upload your compressed file above and provide email address for results
For sample files, please save the following to your computer and upload using the form:
Sample .ct file: tRNA (NDB:TRNA12)
Sample dot-bracket notation file
Sample Adjacency Matrix for Dual Graphs
Sample Adjacency Matrix for Tree Graphs