PeptideShaker Publisher's description
PeptideShaker is a search engine independent platform for visualization of peptide and protein identification results from multiple search engines.
PeptideShaker is a search engine independent platform for visualization of peptide and protein identification results from multiple search engines. Three search engines are currently supported: Mascot, OMSSA and X!Tandem.
It is being developed by Marc Vaudel, Harald Barsnes and Lennart Martens, and currently supports 9 different views:
- Overview: get a simple but detailed overview of the protein and peptide identifications with automatically annotated spectra and annotated protein sequence.
- Spectrum IDs: compare search engine performance and see how the search engine results are combined.
- Fractions: inspect from which fractions proteins and peptides are likely to come from.
- Modifications: get an overview of the post-translational modifications in the dataset.
- 3D Structure: map the detected peptides and modifications onto the corresponding PDB structures.
- Annotation: simple access to annotation resources for your proteins.
- GO Enrichment: find enriched GO terms in your dataset.
- Validation: inspect and fine tune the validation process.
- QC Plots: get an overview of the quality of your results with Quality Control plots.
If you have any questions, suggestions or remarks, feel free to contact us via the PeptideShaker Google Group.
For bug rug reports please use the Issues list.
What's New in This Release:Fixed a bug in the report command line export.
See ReleaseNotes for the complete list of changes.
Program Release Status: Major Update
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall