COPS Benchmark 2009/6 – Interactive Analysis of Database Search Methods

COPS Benchmark 2009/6

:: DESCRIPTION

The COPS benchmark provides a standardized tool for the analysis of sequence alignment methods, homology search tools and fold recognition techniques which is easy to use. Most importantly, any method can be immediately related to several popular methods. Hence, the server is a useful tool for a wide range of problems encountered in bioinformatics, and in particular for algorithm developers and for all users who need to understand the range of applicability of various alignment methods.

::DEVELOPER

C.A.M.E. – the Center of Applied Molecular Engineering.

:: SCREENSHOTS

N/A

:: REQUIREMENTS

  • Linux / Windows / MacOsX

:: DOWNLOAD

 COPS Benchmark

:: MORE INFORMATION

Citation

Frank, K., Gruber, M. & Sippl, M.J.
COPS Benchmark: interactive analysis of database search methods.
Bioinformatics Vol. 26(4), pp. 574-575

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