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Map Challenge Submissions Overview (Blind)

 

We have prepared several ways to view information about the challenge submissions, in preparation for the Blind Assessment phase of the challenge (software and submitter information has been suppressed). You can click on the links in the table below to view summary information about the submissions belonging to each Challenge Target. Additionally you can:

 

1. GroEL in silico 2. T20S Proteasome 3. Apo-Ferritin 4. TRPV1 Channel 5. 80S Ribosome 6. Brome Mosaic Virus 7. β-Galactosidase

9 submissions

a)images

b)data

c)FSC

9 submissions

a)images

b)data

c)FSC

8 submissions

a)images

b)data

c)FSC

8 submissions

a)images

b)data

c)FSC

13 submissions

a)images

b)data

c)FSC

7 submissions

a)images

b)data

c)FSC

12 submissions

a)images

b)data

c)FSC

(a) Image Thumbnails: Composite images were created using Chimera for each entry in two common orthogonal views. From left-to-right: final filtered map, raw unfiltered map, even half map, odd half map, and (optional) mask used for FSC (scale may not be consistent for half-maps and masks).

(b) Associated metadata (blind): with each submission, challengers were asked to provide information about their process for generating maps from the target data. For the blind assessment period, we are releasing only data items that do not reveal information about the submitter or the software used.  The full set of requested information and how it was has been organized for the blind assessment period is provided here.  The released metadata are also available as csv and excel xlsx files from the Downloads page.

(c) FSC analysis: FSC curves have been calculated from the submitted half-maps using the FSC server at http://pdbe.org/fsc.  Further information about how these calculations were performed is provided here.

EMDataBank Validation Challenges are supported by NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences

Please send your challenge questions, comments and feedback to challenges@emdatabank.org

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