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Pairs in the RS126 set that have an SD score of greater than 5. Alignments were generated by the AMPS package a blosum62 matrix, and gap penalty of 10, with 100 randomisations. Fold definitions come from the
current release (1.37) of the SCOP database 
Family size for the automatically generated alignments for the RS126 protein set, considering 2 levels of
BLAST p-value cutoff
p-Value cutoff 10-10
p-Value cutoff 10-2
Total Number of Residues
Total Number of Sequences
Average Number of Sequences per Family
Comparison of the of Q3 accuracy for a decrease in the BLAST P-value cut-off from 10-10 to 10-2 with the RS126 set. (The alignments used for these predictions did not use a percentage identity filter)
Results for single sequence prediction methods via a full jack-knife test.
The column 'Author' is the authors jack-knife value for the method with their dataset, and
definition reduction method.
All results are calculated using reduction method A, and also converting G and B states to coil.
For PHD the authors quote 71.6% as their cross-validated accuracy.
However, G and B states were considered in the accuracy calculation for PHD