Generator of cost-effective GMO testing strategies
GMOtrack is a command line utility that implements the
GMOtrack algorithm. It generates cost-effective testing strategies for
traceability of genetically modified organisms (GMO). Given a table of
GMOs (along with the probabilities of their presence, the genetic
elements present in their genome and a linear cost function) GMOtrack
computes the optimal set of screening assays for a two-phase testing
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Kralj Novak P., Gruden K., Morisset D., Lavrač N., Štebih D., Rotter A., Žel J.
Windows executable: GMOtrack.zip
Unzip the file GMOtrack.zip. GMOtrack is a command-line utility so run it from the command line as described below. To start the command line, you can use the run.bat script, which is enclosed in the GMOtrack.zip archive.
GMOtrack is a command-line utility. GMOtrack usage:
The program returns for each number i up to m the combination of i screening assays with the lowest expected total cost.
We have prepared the sample datasets.
Here we describe how you can prepare your own data to be used
We recommend to take one of the available datasets (above) and modify
it in a
spreadsheet program. Be careful when saving, since the file must be a
and the filename must end with ".tab".
GMOtrack uses the ".tab"
data format with some additional specifics.
Petra Kralj(1), Kristina Gruden(2),
Dany Morisset(2), Nada Lavrač(1,3),
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