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* Metrics: Discussion on annotation progress measurements
* Metrics: Discussion on annotation progress measurements
 
**From 2017 Grant, suggestions for metrics:  
2018-01-17
*** fraction of human proteins in annotated families (PAINT progress)
From 2017 Grant, suggestions for metrics:  
*** impact: number of annotations added, for human and for other species
- fraction of human proteins in annotated families (PAINT progress)
** From a previous grant, see [[Image:HowToCaptureMetrics3.doc|thumb|Description]]  
- impact: number of annotations added, for human and for other species
*** Other ideas (to be reviewed): [[Metrics:_breath_and_depth_of_annotations |Breath and Depth]]
 
 
For a summary of some of the issues please open "HowToCaptureMetrics3" file.
[[Image:HowToCaptureMetrics3.doc|thumb|Description]] (not sure this is still up to date)
* [[Metrics:_breath_and_depth_of_annotations |Breath and Depth]]





Revision as of 14:05, 17 January 2018


'Note that this was formerly called the Reference Genome Annotation Project'


The reference project group has developed a software to perform the annotations based on phylogenetic trees.

Phylogenetic annotation overview

PAINT User Guide

PAINT Curation guidelines

PAINT family curation tracking

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1uHgcaXO7t9__9GuXgBibT0H-YlnU252IsRGWIyhCWN8/edit?usp=sharing. Not updated since Panther 12

Pages to review

  • Metrics: Discussion on annotation progress measurements
    • From 2017 Grant, suggestions for metrics:
      • fraction of human proteins in annotated families (PAINT progress)
      • impact: number of annotations added, for human and for other species
    • From a previous grant, see File:HowToCaptureMetrics3.doc


At the July 2009 Quest for Orthologs meeting, it was agreed to decide upon a standard set of genomes, and compile "complete" sets of protein coding genes for each genome, and a representative protein sequence for each gene.



Archived & retired Pages

Those pages are kept as reference but the information in them is not the most current information.


Past Annotation targets