Dream another little dream

May 27, 2010 § Leave a comment

The first two DREAM5 2010 challenges are out, with two more planned for later.  The DREAM project, a.k.a. the Dialogue for Reverse Engineering Assessments and Methods (co-organized by Julio Saez Rodriguez, Sorger lab), aims to provide a rigorous way of testing which reverse-engineering algorithms do best when tested against previously unseen experimental data.  Challenges out today: (1) predict the binding specificity of peptide-antibody interactions; (2) predict the binding specificity of a transcription factor binding to a 35-mer probe.  Coming soon: (1) predict disease phenotypes and infer gene networks from systems genetics data; (2) infer simulated and in-vivo gene regulation networks.  You’ll need to sign up on the DREAM website to download the data for the challenges.  Good luck!

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