Question: Gene To Test Machine Learning Algorithm
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7.7 years ago by
9606320 wrote:

I'm developing an application to predict new functional annotations on Gene Ontology.

So far, i used ROC curves and likelihood to evaluate the model performance.

Now I would like to do some more advanced test, in detail I want to choose a gene, take its set of annotations in an old version of Gene Ontology, give them as input to the algorithm and compare the predicted annotations with the ones present in a recent version of Gene Ontology.

Unfortunately my biologica background is very limited, so i would ask you if you can suggest my some genes/protein (if it is possible from HomoSapiens or MusMusculus) that is "well known", that has a consistent and rich set of annotations in GO.

Thank you.

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Zev.Kronenberg11k wrote:

Refseq genes are usually considered high quality. Also if the go term is Inferred from Electronic Annotation ( IEA ) I would avoid using it.

Sounds like a cool project.

link to refseq:

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