WEIGHTOUTPUT file extension - SAM Sequence file
What is weightoutput file? How to open weightoutput files?
File type specification:
The WEIGHTOUTPUT file extension is associated with SAM (Sequence Alignment and Modeling system).
A .weightoutput file contains a list of sequence weights from the internal weighting option of buildmodel. Present when print_all_weights and internal weighting are both enabled.
The default software associated to weightoutput file type:
Company or developer:
Richard Hughey - Kevin Karplus - Anders Krogh
The Sequence Alignment and Modeling system (SAM) is a collection of fsoftware tools for creating, refining, and using linear hidden Markov models for biological sequence analysis.
The model states can be viewed as representing the sequence of columns in a multiple sequence alignment, with provisions for arbitrary position-dependent insertions and deletions in each sequence. The models are trained on a family of protein or nucleic acid sequences using an expectation-maximization algorithm and a variety of algorithmic heuristics. A trained model can then be used to both generate multiple alignments and search databases for new members of the family.
List of recommended software applications associated to the .weightoutput file extension
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- Others weightoutput file
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