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It's me, Alex's Gibbs sampler.
You can run me like this:
mike@mikebox:$ (python|pypy) sampler.py file l k n
file = <input file containing DNA matrix> l = <length of motif to search for> k = <number of identical results needed to acquire "convergence"> n = <number of times to re-run the algorithm from a random starting point>
Don't forget those parameters. It feels all weird when someone runs me without them. Or worse, with extras. Ew.