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Comment: C: What makes a good bionformatics prediction service?
... Thank you! I will make a mental not to myself - finding the right expression may worth a lot more than dozens of words. Just to enhance other's "forum experience". ...
written 7 weeks ago by aquaq10
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Comment: C: What makes a good bionformatics prediction service?
... My question is **not about the performance** of the predictions but rather how to make their usage user-friendly by setting up webpages that are easily usable, stable and provide all the features that would help the work of a user (both other bioinformaticians and experimentalist researchers). As ...
written 7 weeks ago by aquaq10
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Comment: C: What makes a good protein properties prediction service?
... I'm sorry, I have to revert it, I have already added 'bioinformatics'. Protein properties were only examples for a question above, I am interested in all kinds of bioinformatics prediction services in general. ...
written 7 weeks ago by aquaq10
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Comment: C: What makes a good prediction server?
... Thanks for the feedback, I will try to make myself clearer: bioinformatics researchers often make prediction services for protein structure/function/subcellular localizations/interactions/PTMs/glycolization/disorder/transmembrane topology whatever (same things apply for DNA/RNA predictions but I am ...
written 7 weeks ago by aquaq10
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Forum: What makes a good bionformatics prediction service from the point of user experience?
... Most of us tried to use one or more bioinformatics prediction services. We probably all have came across good and bad ones. How do you decide which one to use? What features make it more/less probable that you would stick to one? Let's assume that the underlying algorithms have the same performance. ...
server good forum prediction service written 7 weeks ago by aquaq10
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Comment: C: Calculate the coverage of a protein having a list of its peptides
... Just what I would do. I don't think, there is simpler solution. ...
written 3 months ago by aquaq10
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Answer: A: Elastic net (glmnet) predictive modeling: signal lost in noise
... You could use [care][1]t package to tune for glmnet parameters. Here is a nice example of the process: http://rstudio-pubs-static.s3.amazonaws.com/14372_1700240153ae4c2190feb1c5ced2d1e5.html [1]: http://topepo.github.io/caret/index.html ...
written 3 months ago by aquaq10
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Answer: A: Cross Validation Software Or R Packages..
... I use **caret** R package, it's flexible and quite easy. It has built-in cross-validation and other tools. You can also train for optimizing AUC. ...
written 8 months ago by aquaq10
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Comment: C: A possible script request for a task probably cannot be done in Excel
... The only thing you have to do when importing a file is to select the column containing the gene names and set data type to Text. ...
written 9 months ago by aquaq10
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Comment: C: A possible script request for a task probably cannot be done in Excel
... I agree, Excel is a powerful tool to work with. However, it takes some time to really grab its essence and logic. Since Excel 2007 tables can be "1,048,576 rows by 16,384 columns". ...
written 9 months ago by aquaq10

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