RNAlien is a tool for automatic construction of RNAfamily models from a single sequence.
It is available as a commandline tool, for testing or construction of few sequences the webservice can be used.
The source code of RNAlien, as well as the webserver is open source and available via GitHub and Hackage (License GPL-3):
TaxonomyTools which can be used to visualise the organisms included in a RNAlien result can be found here (License GPL-3):
For instruction how to use RNAlien please see the Help page.
Installation via bioconda
RNAlien can be installed with all dependencies via conda. Once you have conda installed simply type:
conda install -c bioconda -c conda-forge rnalien=1.3.7
Available as docker container
docker pull quay.io/biocontainers/rnalien:1.3.7--pl5.22.0_0 docker run -i -t quay.io/biocontainers/rnalien:1.3.7--pl5.22.0_0 bash
Installation via cabal-install
RNAlien is implemented in Haskell and can be installed via the Haskell package distribution sytem cabal. Once you have cabal installed simply type:
cabal install RNAlien
Installation via stackage
RNAlien can also be install via the Haskell package distribution sytem [Stackage](https://www.stackage.org/), which guarantees consistent package builds. Once you have stackage installed simply type: stack install RNAlien
* Fedora (ghc-7.8.4)[RNAlien 1.1.0 x86_64](http://www.tbi.univie.ac.at/~egg/RNAlien/fedora22-ghc7.8.4/RNAlien-1.1.0) * Archlinux (ghc-7.10.3) [RNAlien 1.1.0 x86_64](http://www.tbi.univie.ac.at/~egg/RNAlien/archlinux-ghc7.10.3/RNAlien-1.1.0)