GUS Schema >> TESS::PredictedBindingSite

Since transcription factor binding sites are next to worthless, we store them in a separate, lighter weight, table than the DoTS::BindingSite and DoTS::NALocation that we would ordinarily use.

column nulls? type description
PREDICTED_BINDING_SITE_ID no NUMBER(12,0) Edit
MODEL_ID no TESS::Model (NUMBER(12,0) ) Each site is predicted to match some model of the site. This is the link to that model. Edit
NA_SEQUENCE_ID no NUMBER(12,0) This is the link to the sequence on which the prediction was made. Edit
SCORE no FLOAT This is some indication of how well the site matches the model. No units are specified, but this will typically be a log-likelihood ratio or a likelihood. Edit
BEGIN_POSITION no NUMBER(10,0) Edit
END_POSITION no NUMBER(10,0) Edit
IS_REVERSED no NUMBER(1,0) Should either be 0 or 1. When 1, the site is on the reverse strand. Edit
MODIFICATION_DATE no DATE Edit
USER_READ no NUMBER(1,0) Edit
USER_WRITE no NUMBER(1,0) Edit
GROUP_READ no NUMBER(1,0) Edit
GROUP_WRITE no NUMBER(1,0) Edit
OTHER_READ no NUMBER(1,0) Edit
OTHER_WRITE no NUMBER(1,0) Edit
ROW_USER_ID no NUMBER(12,0) Edit
ROW_GROUP_ID no NUMBER(4,0) Edit
ROW_PROJECT_ID no NUMBER(4,0) Edit
ROW_ALG_INVOCATION_ID no NUMBER(12,0) Edit

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