SSPcompare is a modest tool that takes a library of known sequence-structure pairs, e.g. Andronescu et al. (2008), and predictions by different algorithms and produces tables for easy comparison of different programs. It was written to automate the rather tedious procedure of comparing and testing different programs. The library behind this tool can be of interest if you want to train folding algorithms and need a way to quickly ascertain training success.
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Höner zu Siederdissen, Christian, Stephan H. Bernhart, Peter F. Stadler, and Ivo L. Hofacker. 2011.
A Folding Algorithm for Extended RNA Secondary Structures.
Bioinformatics 27: 129–36.