The input to the webserver is a fasta-formatted protein sequence file. In a typical classification scenario, you may have protein sequences for different groups (download the tutorial). The sequences belonging to the same group are saved together in a single multiple-sequence fasta-formatted file. The input sequences have to meet following guidelines:
Select fasta files:
Some feature types have options (see the supporting document). You may use the default options or choose options that you want. Moreover, please bear in mind that whenever 'ID Number' is an option, you can select one out of 544 Amino Acid Physicochemical properties from the drop-down menu or enter ID number to specify the amino acid physicochemical properties.
You can choose one or more file formats. The following are the most common feature file formats accepted by machine learning packages (e.g. weka, svm-light). Whenever, the input file includes the sequences of a protein group, the last column of the output file represents the class labels.
For your convenience, the output files can be forwarded to your email if it is provided.
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