**RDF in points**

**(create model from data; compare to your analysis)**

**More elaboration**

RDF is a simple-to-use software for analyzing trajectories, traces, temporal data, where the trajectories are either discrete (with two, three, etc states) or continuous; The trajectories are from biophysical , physical , economical, etc, processes .

In RDF there are about 240 functions and 20 file types to analyze trajectories, yet also to build the most accurate mechanism (RDF and state scheme / kinetic scheme ) that can generate the data, with better probability . (There is the possibility to include user created functions in the analysis)

The analysis can utilize information from various trajectories (advanced version) , scan over initial conditions with Bayesian convergence algorithms, perform scaling law analysis, etc

The commands are built in a way that gather information from the data and then compile the information to advance to the next stage of the analysis. The scientists that work with RDF should decide based on the gathered information and the prior information about the process, where to advance

The advanced mathematical functions in the analysis are based on papers from Ophir Flomenbom, [1,2,3], where we work with various on creating collaboration [4].

**Getting Started**

For starting, push (in the software) the **File**→'general analysis' to analyze the data , or
push the **File**→'simulations' to perform simulations

you can yet also push on these tabs at the top of the introduction page (in the software),

A video explaining the way to start is available [yet also, press the help button in the menu (in the software)]

**References**

*1* O. Flomenbom,
MATHEMATICAL TREATMENTS THAT SOLVE SINGLE MOLECULES
Biophys Rev. Lett. 8(3), 109-136 (2013).

*2* O. Flomenbom, and R. J. Silbey
Utilizing the information content in two-state trajectories
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 103, 10907-10910 (2006).

*3* O. Flomenbom, and R. J. Silbey .
Toolbox for analyzing finite two-state trajectories
Phys. Rev. E 78, 066105 (2008).
arXiv:0802.1520

*4* we also work to collaborate with Fred Schas et al QUB sofwtare https://www.qub.buffalo.edu/;
Fredrick Sachs, Ophir Flomenbom , "How to get more from less", Physics of Life Reviews, 13, 150 (2015) ; doi:10.1016/j.plrev.2015.03.006

*5*http://www.rdf2040.ga

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