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What is the difference between the gobal and the local FDR rates in ProteinPilot software?

What is the difference between the gobal and the local FDR rates in ProteinPilot software?

The main idea of the target-decoy approach to compute false discovery rates is to feed the search engine answers that you know are wrong. These are referred to as ‘decoys’, typically generated by reversing, randomizing, or scrambling real protein sequences. You then...

Merging two FASTA files

Protein alignment template for results comparisons across multiple group files from ProteinPilot software database searches

The key challenge in aligning protein level results is flexible matching by making use of the accession ambiguity in reported protein groups. The better this task is done, the more complete will be the protein matching across multiple results. For quantitative work, a...

Downloading and viewing ProteinPilot app group files on your desktop and extracting key exports

Downloading and viewing ProteinPilot app group files on your desktop and extracting key exports

After the database search in OneOmics suite, the ProteinPilot software group file can be downloaded for viewing in your desktop ProteinPilot software 5.0.3. Once downloaded, you can open and view your Group file in the ProteinPilot software as usual. You can also now...

What is the difference between a rapid and a thorough search in ProteinPilot software?

What is the difference between a rapid and a thorough search in ProteinPilot software?

When setting up your search in ProteinPilot software, you select either a Rapid Search or a Thorough Search in the Search Effort section. This setting determines which parts of the algorithm will be invoked and effectively how deep into your sample you will search to...