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Figure 3

From: Protein structural similarity search by Ramachandran codes

Figure 3

Average precision-recall curves of several search methods. FAST was the most accurate search method. SARST ranked third and achieved precisions ~4% lower than CE, which was the second most accurate method in this experiment. Linear encoding methods TOPSCAN [17], YAKUSA [21] and 3D-BLAST [22] describe protein structures as strings. ProtDex2 transforms protein structures into indexes [30]. These curves of ProtDex2 and TOPSCAN were adapted from Aung and Tan's report [30]. The precision percentage is plotted on the y-axis and the recall percentage is plotted on the x-axis.

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