To Download: Click Here
This tool judges the performance of consensus predictions and compares them with the prediction quality obtained from the individual (MLR) models

To Download and Run the Program

Click on the download link above (it will direct you to google drive) and then press "ctrl + S (Windows) or cmd+S (Macs)" to save as zip file. Extract the .zip file and click on .jar file to run the program.

Note: The program folder will consist of three folders "Data", "Lib" and "Output". For user convenience, user may keep input files in "Data" folder and may save output file in "Output" folder."Lib" folder consist of library files required for running the program. Check the format of training and test sets input files (.xlsx/.xls) before using the program (sample files are provided in Data Folder). 

File Format: Compound number (first column), Descriptors (Subsequent Columns), Activity/Property (Last column)

Reference

Roy K, Ambure P , Kar S , Ojha P, Is it possible to improve the quality of predictions from an “intelligent” use of multiple QSAR/QSPR/QSTR models?. Journal of Chemometrics, Just Accepted, 2017.

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