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Category:CACAO UW Parkside
UW CACAO competition
- Here's a list of the evidence codes that CACAO students may use:
- IDA: Inferred from Direct Assay
- IMP: Inferred from Mutant Phenotype
- IGI: Inferred from Genetic Interaction - requires with/from field to be filled in
- IEP: Inferred from Expression Pattern
- ISO: Inferred from Sequence Orthology - requires with/from field to be filled in
- ISA: Inferred from Sequence Alignment - requires with/from field to be filled in
- ISM: Inferred from Sequence Model - requires with/from field to be filled in
- IGC: Inferred from Genomic Context
- for more help on evidence codes, see helpful handouts for students or the GO Consortium documentation at: http://www.geneontology.org/GO.evidence.shtml
- we will be running 1 round
- Annotation period = Monday Nov 28th until 11:59pm Sunday Dec 11th
- Challenge period = 12:01am Monday Dec 12th until 11:59pm Friday Dec 16th
- CACAO rules
Quick Guide (see rules document for all rules)
- Rules for the competition can be accessed here:
- important rules to follow (see document above!!!):
- annotations must be complete and accurate to get points (at a minimum - GO term, evidence term, reference & brief description of evidence; possibly with/from field and/or qualifier)
- only 8 evidence codes are permitted, 4 of which require the with/from field to be filled in correctly (see section below)
- no annotations to binding terms will be accepted -- these require the IPI evidence code, which is NOT allowed in CACAO
- qualifiers must be used correctly - see using qualifiers
- no high throughput papers - email Brenley if you're still not sure after you've checked the rules document (see link to doc above)
- your reference must be to a peer-reviewed scientific paper. No reviews, no class notes, no hypothetical modeling papers, etc.
- your evidence for the Notes section must be to a figure with the experimental or computational evidence in it, not a model or summary figure.
- any team member can refine/challenge any annotation from another team & do so more than once. The more complex the refinements, the more points at stake!