For details please see the original publication (please cite when referring to the results):
Gabler S, Soelter J, Hussain T, Sachse S, Schmuker M (2013):
Physicochemical properties vs. vibrational descriptors for virtual screening of odorants.
Molecular Informatics, 23(9-10):855-865, 2013.
This application is a byproduct of the master thesis of Stephan Gabler. The idea is to predict responses of odor receptors to molecules which were not previously tested for this receptor. The models are based on support vector regression with different chemical descriptors. A detailed description of the whole procedure can hopefully soon be found in Molecular Informatics.
The predictive power of all models was estimated by a cross-validation (CV) like bootstrap technique. This value can be used to assess how reliable the predictions of a model are.
|0 < q2 < 0.2||very low generalization score, don't rely on these predictions|
|0.2 < q2 < 0.4||low generalization score, predictions might not be correct|
|0.4 > q2||high generalization score, model showed generalization in CV|
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