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%A Juan, Antonio Garcia-Martin
%A Peter, Clote
%D 2015
%T Average values for the run time and the entropy values for 100 random RNA sequences of length *n*, each having expected compositional frequency of 0:25 for A,C,G,U, where *n* ranges from 20 to 500 with increments of 5 for conformational entropy.
%U https://plos.figshare.com/articles/figure/_Average_values_for_the_run_time_and_the_entropy_values_for_100_random_RNA_sequences_of_length_n_each_having_expected_compositional_frequency_of_0_25_for_A_C_G_U_where_n_ranges_from_20_to_500_with_increments_of_5_for_conformational_entropy_/1598571
%R 10.1371/journal.pone.0137859.g005
%2 https://ndownloader.figshare.com/files/2434492
%K estimate rule probabilities
%K heat shock gene expression
%K UV absorption experiments
%K derivational entropy
%K hiv
%K scfg
%K RNA Thermodynamic Structural Entropy Conformational entropy
%K Turner energy model
%K hammerhead ribozyme cleavage activity
%X *(A)* Average run times as a function of sequence length, where error bars represent ±1 standard deviation. Methods used: DP, FTD, FTD*, ViennaRNA, ViennaRNA*. For random RNAs of length 500 nt, Vienna RNA Package is about three times faster than our code. *(B)* Standard deviation of the entropy values computed for 100 random RNA, displayed as a function of sequence length. From top to bottom, the first three curves represent uncentered ViennaRNA with Δ*T* = 10^{−4}, centered ViennaRNA* with Δ*T* = 10^{−4}, and DP. The bottom curve represents centered FTD with Δ*T* = 10^{−4}, centered FTD* with Δ*T* = 10^{−2}, uncentered ViennaRNA with Δ*T* = 10^{−2}, centered ViennaRNA* with Δ*T* = 10^{−2}. The average entropy values computed by FTD, FTD*, ViennaRNA, and ViennaRNA* are indistinguishable and since FTD values are shown in the right panel of Fig 1, they are not shown here.