ProbabilityPlot is used to create a base pairing probabilities plot after calculating the partition function (which can be done using the partition interface). Plots and text show the -log10(probability).
USAGE: ProbabilityPlot <input file> <output file> [options]
The name of the input file that holds base pairing probabilities.
This file may be one of the following file types.
1) Partition function save file (binary file).
2) Matrix file (plain text). Note that in order to use a matrix file, the "--matrix" flag must be specified (see "--matrix" below).
The name of a file to which output will be written.
Depending on the options selected, this may be one of the following file types.
1) A Postscript image file.
2) An SVG image file.
3) A plain text file.
|-h, -H, --help
||Display the usage details message.
||Specify that the output file should be an SVG image file, rather than a Postscript image file.
|-t, -T, --text
||Write dot plot as a text file, rather than a Postscript image file.
|-e, -E, --entries
Specify the number of categories in the plot legend.
Default is 5 entries.
|-max, -MAX, --maximum
Specify the maximum value in the plot in -log10(probability).
Default is the largest valid value in the plot.
|-min, -MIN, --minimum
Specify the minimum value in the plot in -log10(probability).
Default is the smallest valid value in the plot.
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