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Links to experiment family downloads in various formats and supplementary files are provided at the foot of each GEO Series record. These files are compressed using gzip (.gz or .tgz extension). To unzip and read these files, please use a utility such as WinZip or 7-Zip.




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All GEO records and raw data files are freely available for bulk download from our FTP site. Please see our README for details on directory structure and file formats. However, GEO now holds such large numbers of submissions that some parent directories can no longer be accessed using web browsers due to time-out errors. In such cases it is necessary to bypass the parent directory and go directly to the target directory, e.g. for Series GSE1000:


The Accession Display bar is found at the top of each GEO record and can be used to download or view complete or partial records, or related Platform, Sample and Series records. The Scope feature allows display of a single accession number (Self) or any (Platform, Sample, or Series) or all (Family) records related to that accession. Amount dictates the quantity of data displayed, with choices including metadata only (Brief), metadata and the first 20 rows of the data table (Quick), data table only (Data), or full metadata/data table records (Full). Format controls whether records are displayed in HTML, SOFT (plain text) or MINiML (XML) format.


Links to DataSet SOFT files are available under the 'download' button on each DataSet record. These files are compressed using gzip (.gz or .tgz extension). To unzip and read these files, please use a utility such as WinZip or 7-Zip.


All GEO DataSet records are freely available for bulk download from our FTP site. These files are compressed using gzip (.gz extension). To unzip and read these files, please use a utility such as WinZip or 7-Zip. Alternatively, if you have UNIX, use the gunzip command to uncompress the files, e.g.,


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When a Revit family requires a large number of types (often more than 10 +/-), a .txt file can accompany the family with a list of types as well as the corresponding parameter/values needed to populate the types in the Revit Project. Once loaded into Revit, this .txt file will be displayed in Revit as a scrollable and filterable dialog modal. Once you select the types that you would like to load into the project, only the selected types will be loaded into the project, keeping the size of the file to a minimum.


This is a very straight forward method with very few steps. By loading the family through the insert tab, Revit will allow you to navigate to the appropriate folder, see that there is a .txt file with the same name, and open the type catalog prior to loading it into the project. Keep in mind that you will only be selecting the .rfa file, the .txt file is not visible through the Revit navigation browser.


This is an option many users will default to out of habit or convenience. Though there is nothing wrong with adding a family to your project by drag and drop, it does require an extra step to get Revit to apply the type catalog.


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1. The seed alignment is a hand-curated alignment of known members of the family. This alignment may not containall known members of a family, but rather a representative set.We use the Infernal software to build a covariance modelfrom this alignment.


2. The covariance model is used to search the rfamseq sequence databasefor other family members and build a full alignment including all instances of a family.Starting with Rfam 12.0 the full alignments are no longer provided by Rfam, but they canbe generated as described in the following protocol.


You can find the alignment and structure source for each family in the curation tab,or in the SE and SS lines in the Stockholm file. Where the source is obtained from the literature,we will provide the PubMed identifier (PMID). You should also note that the seed alignmentsoften get updated between releases and may be manually adjusted by the curator.As a result, attempts to obtain the same structure using the same prediction method,may not return exactly the same structure as shown on the Rfam SEED alignment.We usually indicate where the a structure has been manually edited.


Unfortunately, it is not currently possible to do this, since we do not add a source tagto each individual sequence in either our seed or full alignments.All of our families (seed alignments) are based on one or more experimentally validatedexemplars of the family, but the majority of the other member sequences are addedby homology search and manual curation. We have high confidence in these members of the seed alignmentthat we use to build the covariance model and computationally predictother possible members in the nucleotide database.


The most likely reason is that it is not in the EMBL release that rfamseq is based on.With each major release, e.g. 8.0, 9.0, we update the underlying nucleotide database.You can check which version we are currently using here.If, however, your sequence is in the relevant EMBL release but is still absent from a relevant family,it is possible that our model may need to be improved.Please Contact us with the relevant information and we will decidewhether the sequence should indeed be included and, if so, we will try to improve our model.


As of release 12.0, we no longer provide full alignments for automatic download.You can generate them using the Sunbursts feature for sequences of your choice(for families with full alignments containing less than 1000 sequences),or generate them yourself by downloading the covariance model and using the Infernal suite of software.


If you are interested retrieving alignments for multiple families, you candownload all our seed alignments in Stockholm format flat-files, and the covariance modelsused to generate them, from our ftp site.


If you would like to download the list of RNA families and typesas text, click Show the unformatted list at the bottom of thesearch results page.Then copy and paste into an editor and save the file for exampleas rfam-types.txt. You can then create the rfam-ids.txtfile with the command cat rfam-types.txt awk ' print $1 ' > rfam-ids.txt.


Great! We are very keen for the community to help keep us updated on new families.Ideally, a new family for Rfam should contain elements (RNA sequences)that have some known functional classification, are evolutionarily conservedand have evidence for a secondary structure. The families should not solely be basedon prediction only, e.g. RNAz, EvoFold, or QRNA predictions, nor solely on transcriptomic data,e.g. tiling array or deep sequencing. For more detailed information on how to submit a family,please read the rest of the Rfam documentation but, if you have any queries, please do Contact us.


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