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Bioinformatics tools analysis framework for quality assessment: an effort analysis incorporation

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Author(s): Jayanthi Manicassamy | Dhavachelvan P.

Journal: International Journal of Systems Biology
ISSN 0975-2900

Volume: 1;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 38;
Date: 2009;
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Keywords: Bioinformatics | Pattern Matching | Evaluation | Software Metrics | Standard Evaluation

ABSTRACT
Bioinformatics merges with few other sciences involving computational biology which deals atmolecular level containing enormous tools, techniques and approached used for solving real worldbiological problems by means of data analysis and interpreting accurate results. As there is enormousgrowth in biological data’s there is a need to manage these data’s in databases for global utilizationwhich could be utilized for various functionalities like sequence analysis, functional analysis, structuralanalysis etc. in computational biology. For various functional interpretations and accruing required resultbased on the analysis carried on these biological data’s for which mining plays a vital role where patternanalysis and text extraction considered to play major part in this area of bioinformatics. Apart from thisweb also plays a vital role, in the conceptual view it is a means of resource sharing and updating whichis an inevitable one today in this area, utilized by most of the tools and techniques. Tools build in thisarea could not be build by one databases so, database like NCBI, PDB, EMBDL, Medline etc… havebeen developed to share its resources. Some of the areas in which pattern and text mining is applicableare in Disease identification, Drug discovery, Biomedical Literature etc. At present, development ofbioinformatics tools are tremendously increasingly for real-time decision making for which it is vital toevaluate tools. Various quality based assessments have been carried out on bioinformatics tools forwhich a framework designed that incorporated effort analysis which have been explained theoretically inthis paper. The major aim behind this framework design is to fit the tool into apt categorization forcarrying out qualitative analysis on the tools. Apart from this analysis based on effort through cost, timeand resources have been carried out with could also be considered as a qualitative means. From theanalysis made the framework designed proven to be more effective and efficient.

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