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Comment: C: I have developed a python package to combine results from multiple classifiers (
... Well, i can not say anything but thanks, it was a very constructive feedback. This (simplistic) algorithm was created a few years ago, e just re-written it today, refactoring and making it installable through pip with a CI pipeline and other thinks. Re-working on it started to give some ideas of fur ...
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Comment: C: I have developed a python package to combine results from multiple classifiers (
... Sure, but how to deal in cases where no labels are available? I my case only had the predictions generated by multiple classifiers and had to rank / filter the proteins based on a consensus. No gold standard was available. Regarding the way the weights are defined, i'm thinking about using gradient ...
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Comment: C: I have developed a python package to combine results from multiple classifiers (
... Hello Mensur! Yeah, i know the method is very simplistic, but i could not find any method that can be applied on solving the same kind of problem. Usually ensemble methods (eg: adaboost, gradient boosting) are applied to train ensembles of models, but in my case the "ensemble" is performed after t ...
written 4 weeks ago by fred.s.kremer100
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Forum: Feedback for my python package to combine results from multiple classifiers
... A few years ago I have developed an algorithm to combine the results from multiple classifiers (ex: signal peptide predictors, beta-barrel predictors) in a consensus by using an unsupervised approach. Briefly, the algorithms receives an matrix with the predictions generated by "n" classifiers for "m ...
tool annotation forum machine learning python protein written 4 weeks ago by fred.s.kremer100 • updated 4 weeks ago by alicedixsonau0
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Using Trinity for RNA-Seq analysis in model organisms
... Hello! I'm beginning at RNA-Seq analysis and would like to do a differential expression analysis of some rice (O. sativa) datasets in different conditions. I looked at some protocols for DE analysis, and Trinity pipeline seems to be very straight-forward, although it was developed to be used in non ...
trinity rna-seq differential expression written 2.1 years ago by fred.s.kremer100 • updated 2.1 years ago by h.mon31k
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Is there a database for modeled / predicted protein structures?
... When i determine de structure of a protein using an experimental method, such as x-ray diffraction or NMR, the results may be submitted to Protein Data Bank. However, when the method used to determinate the structure is homology modelling, or threading, to where i may submit the results, as PDB does ...
database sequence protein modelling written 2.4 years ago by fred.s.kremer100 • updated 2.4 years ago by Michael Dondrup47k
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There is a way to convert MS data in Bruker ASCII data to MGF?
... There is a way to convert MS data in Bruker ASCII data to MGF? I have some files generated using the Bruker equipment, but only in ASCII data, and i have no access to the program to generate directly in MGF. ...
proteomics mass spectrometry ms-ms data bruker written 2.4 years ago by fred.s.kremer100
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Comment: C: What file format is it?
... Same thing, but thanks all of you for the help, i will wait the response of the technician that did the analysis. processing file: ascii/hboonkc.txt [ReaderFail] don't know how to read ascii/hboonkc.txt Error processing file ascii/hboonkc.txt ...
written 2.4 years ago by fred.s.kremer100
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Comment: C: What file format is it?
... Result from `mscovert`: processing file: ascii/hboonkc.ascii [ReaderFail] don't know how to read ascii/hboonkc.ascii Error processing file ascii/hboonkc.ascii (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻ ...
written 2.4 years ago by fred.s.kremer100
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Comment: C: What file format is it?
... No header, only lines of data. ...
written 2.4 years ago by fred.s.kremer100

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