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{ version = 1.18; (* of freb.p 2010 Nov 15} (* begin module describe.freb *) (* name freb: frequency table to Delila book synopsis freb(frebp: in, book: out, output: out) files frebp: input frequency table (parameters to the program) The first line is the name of the site. The following lines each have a set of numbers, 5 per line, representing first the coordinate and then the numbers of a,c,g and t to use. If the numbers are integers, then those integers are used to create the sequences. The numbers can be real in which case the smallest power of 10 multiplier is used to make the numbers integer. book: sequences which could have produced the frebp frequencies, in Delila book format. output: messages to the user description The freb program converts a table of frequencies to a set of aligned sequences so they may be analyzed. The raw sequences have the same frequencies, but, of course, are not the same as the original sequences. examples documentation see also program to create a sequence set from a table: frese.p program to create a book: makebk.p program to transpose the table: transpose.p example parameter file: frebp author Thomas Dana Schneider bugs technical notes *) (* end module describe.freb *) {This manual page was created by makman 1.45}{created by htmlink 1.62}