Some food for thought.

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So now that I've managed to grab all of the lab results.
Thought you might like to see visualisations of synthesized designs.




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Wow, Berex! This is simply amazing. Nice graphics. I in particular like the above one. It visualizes very clearly that there are more real lower scoring designs the longer the sequence gets.
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Thanks.
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Thanks, Berex! What set of labs did you get data for?

Also, in the first image, what does the vertical axis (Sequence) represent? And what is the significance of the diagonal line of dots about two fifths of the way from the top, between the scores of about 88 and 98?
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Hi Omei,

I used all of the synthesized lab data. All 13,941 synthesis results. Give or take.
Sequence is basically alphabetically.
As for that little gap, I'm keen to drill down into the data and figure that out for myself. It almost looks like a sequential sequence that deteriorates.
Hehe, but its also why I included that.
I only posted the charts that highlighted a question within. :)
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What was your source? The only two I know of are the RDAT files and whatever the Eterna database is currently serving up. The latter changes over time, and there are lots of results that are either in the RDAT files or the Eterna database, but not both.

(Don't you just hate the ambiguity of real life data). :-)
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And I guess I'm not sure what alphabetical means in this context. Alphabetical on the base strings (e.g. "GGAAA....")? Or something else?
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Eterna database. Just gathering it all up and cleaning and linking it all together in an easily digestible format. (Excel)
Yes, alphabetically of the sequences.