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---------- # fgga # R package # FGGA: Factor Graph Gene ontology Annotation FGGA is a graph-based machine learning approach for the automated and consistent GO annotation of protein coding genes. The input is a set of GO-term annotated protein coding genes previously characterized in terms of a fixed number of user-defined features, including the presence/absence of PFAM domains, physical-chemical properties, presence of signal peptides, among others. The set of GO-terms defines the output GO subgraph. A hierarchical ensemble (SVMs) machine learning model is generated. This model can be used to predict the GO subgraph annotations of uncharacterized protein coding genes. Individual GO-term annotations are accompanied by maximum a posteriori probability estimates issued by the native message passing algorithm of factor graphs. # INSTALLATION The fgga R source package can be directly downloaded from [Bioconductor repository]( or [GitHub repository]( This R package contains a experimental dataset as example, one pre-run R object and all functions needed to run FGGA. \## From Bioconductor repository if (!requireNamespace("BiocManager", quietly = TRUE)) { install.packages("BiocManager")} BiocManager::install("fgga") \## Or from GitHub repository using devtools BiocManager::install("devtools") devtools::install_github("fspetale/fgga") # REFERENCES 1: Spetale F.E., Tapia E., Krsticevic F., Roda F. and Bulacio P. “A Factor Graph Approach to Automated GO Annotation”. PLoS ONE 11(1): e0146986, 2016. 2: Spetale Flavio E., Arce D., Krsticevic F., Bulacio P. and Tapia E. “Consistent prediction of GO protein localization”. Scientific Report 7787(8), 2018