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Comment: C: Care to speculate? Are Protein Fragments or Entire Protein Sequences useful when
... I am using 10 machine learning techniques that were discussed in this [paper][1]. My goal is to compare and contrast the algorithms using a standardized data set. I am interested to find which method(s) are best and in what situations. At this point, what the proteins are seem incidental. [1]: ...
written 19 months ago by mcc80
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Comment: C: Care to speculate? Are Protein Fragments or Entire Protein Sequences useful when
... @genomax I think you have hit upon my main question or issue. I am curious whether or not the protein fragments might / might not have certain domain information that the full length protein has. I am curious to see how misleading the addition of the protein fragments will be in determining the cla ...
written 19 months ago by mcc80
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Comment: C: Care to speculate? Are Protein Fragments or Entire Protein Sequences useful when
... I intend to look at several different classification methods KNN, SVM, Decision Trees, Random Forests, etc. I have not chosen a final candidate yet. This work is exploratory so far. I plan to use the caret package in R to test several algorithms. The caret package, if you are not familiar, provides ...
written 19 months ago by mcc80
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Forum: Care to speculate? Are Protein Fragments or Entire Protein Sequences useful when classifying via Machine Learning techniques
... Greetings, I have a question that I am investigating/researching but in the meantime would like to gather feedback regarding. Would you care to speculate or hypothesize? Situation: I would like to classify a set of proteins as either belonging to a group or not using machine learning techniques. ...
classification machine protein forum learning written 19 months ago by mcc80 • updated 19 months ago by h.mon31k
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Comment: C: Fields with biggest demand for bioinformatics?
... Aren't there any industry surveys? I know the American Chemical Society does yearly (or every two years) surveys on what individuals with certain specs make in this and that part of the country. They break it down by fields and then years of experience providing means and ranges for positions. I w ...
written 19 months ago by mcc80
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Answer: A: Junior bioinformatician (Bsc or Msc) - Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA,
... Dear rubendries, I would like to apply. However since I JUST saw this notice, 'Has this position been filled yet?' ...
written 3.0 years ago by mcc80
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Answer: A: How to find a random set of proteins which are not in your target set?
... UniProt Random Sequence Picker http://www.rocrooks.co.uk/biology/uniprot-random.php ...
written 3.1 years ago by mcc80
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Comment: C: How to find a random set of proteins which are not in your target set?
... Hi jrj, Yes i tried that early on and it did not work. However, Searching around Biostars I found (https://www.biostars.org/p/106254/) which I had seen before... ...
written 3.1 years ago by mcc80
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How to find a random set of proteins which are not in your target set?
... I am seeking a way to download a random set of >600 proteins from NCBI (for example) that are NOT my target protein set. For example, I have a list of fasta files which are hemoglobin, myoglobin (all available species) and want to find fasta files that do NOT contain these proteins. I am seekin ...
ncbi protein search random null set written 3.1 years ago by mcc80 • updated 3.1 years ago by Bioaln340
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Answer: A: The Biostar Handbook. A bioinformatics e-book for beginners.
... Has Biostar now become a sales and advertising platform for 'for-profit' books and guides? Is Biostar the proper forum for a book, that by the sound of it, is based on the free content that is found without charge in this educational platform. Although, I applaud the efforts of the writers and e ...
written 3.7 years ago by mcc80

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