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Table 17 Classification performance for different choices of length in B. subtilis

From: Secondary structural entropy in RNA switch (Riboswitch) identification

100 nt window T P % F P 2 %
LMFEGCRND 63.6 29.8
LMFEGCBJK 27.3 15.4
LMFEGC 18.2 9.0
150 nt window TP% FP 2 %
LMFEGCRND 72.7 20.5
LMFEGCBJK 63.6 9.6
LMFEGC 45.5 3.2
157 nt window TP% FP 2 %
LMFEGCRND 81.8 19.5
LMFEGCBJK 54.5 8.3
LMFEGC 63.6 2.1
200 nt window TP% FP 2 %
LMFEGCRND 72.7 14.2
LMFEGCBJK 45.5 6.7
LMFEGC 18.2 1.3
  1. Classifier Performance on the eleven B. subtilis riboswitches. Constant length of 100 nt, 150 nt, 157 nt, and 200 nt used for test. T P % denotes percentage of true positives. F P 2 % represent the overall percentage of sequences that are classified as riboswitches within the B. subtilis genome. 50 nt, 75 nt, and 100 nt overlaps were used for for sliding windows of lengths 100 nt, 150 nt, and 200 nt, respectively. No overlaps were used for the 157 nt window. True Positive sequences were according to maximum overlap with the location of the actual length of riboswitches.
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