Pattern Recognition Ranking SNP/Genotyping Technology | GenomeWeb



SNP/genetic variation databases were ranked by converting respondents’ ratings (“not useful/problematic,” “somewhat useful, but flawed,” “useful,” or “very useful”) and normalizing for the number of ratings given each platform. The Mouse SNP database scored the highest with a ranking of 292 (out of a possible 400), indicating that more than 90 percent of the database users who responded to the survey consider it “useful” or “very useful.”


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