The data you show will not produce a phylogenetic tree, but if you have a matrix derived from RAPD binary data for more than two taxa you will be able to draw a phylogenetic tree (you may even be able to compute one by hand with such a small matrix!). You can draw a phylogenetic tree from (virtually) any kind of data in matrix form. Here's a link for a good introductory course handout on how to compute a phylogenetic tree. Bacterial Phylogeny to a similar question on how to get started with making a phylogenetic tree.
Some software that accepts alignments of binary characters as input data in includes:
- PHYLIP - this set of programs take that kind of data http://evolution.genetics.washington.edu/phylip/progs.data.disc.html
- RAxML Phylogenetic tree with DNA, binary and multi data - RAxML UPDATE