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  - [A deep learning framework for enhancer prediction using word embedding and sequence generation](https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0301462222000643): To build the training dataset, the authors collect 742 strong
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  enhancers, 742 weak enhancers and 1484 non-enhancers, and augment the dataset with 6000 synthetic enhancers and 6000 synthetic non-enhancers produced with a generative model. The test dataset is comprised of 100 strong enhancers, 100 weak enhancers and 200 non enhancers. The original paper uses this dataset to do both binary classification (i.e a sample gets classified as non-enhancer or enhancer) and 3-class classification (i.e a sample gets classified as non-enhancer, weak enhancer or strong enhancer). Both tasks are respectively tackled in the `enhancers` and `enhancers_types` datasets.
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  - [SpliceFinder: ab initio prediction of splice sites using convolutional neural network](https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31881982): The authors introduce a dataset containing 10,000 samples of donor site, acceptor site, and non-splice-site, resulting in 30,000 total samples that are featured in the `splice_sites_all` dataset.
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- - [Spliceator: multi-species splice site prediction using convolutional neural networks](https://bmcbioinformatics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12859-021-04471-3): Two datasets are introduced by this paper, each of them contain splice sites and their corresponding negative datasets. One dataset features acceptor splice sites and the other donor splice sites.
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  - [Qualitatively predicting acetylation and methylation areas in DNA sequences](https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16901084/): The paper introduces a set of datasets featuring epigenetic marks identified in the yeast genome, namely acetylation and metylation nucleosome occupancies. Nucleosome occupancy values in these ten datasets were obtained with Chip-Chip experiments and further processed into positive and negative observations to provide the datasets corresponding to the following histone marks: `H3`, `H4`, `H3K9ac`, `H3K14ac`, `H4ac`, `H3K4me1`, `H3K4me2`, `H3K4me3`, `H3K36me3` and `H3K79me3`
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  ## Dataset Structure
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  - [A deep learning framework for enhancer prediction using word embedding and sequence generation](https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0301462222000643): To build the training dataset, the authors collect 742 strong
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  enhancers, 742 weak enhancers and 1484 non-enhancers, and augment the dataset with 6000 synthetic enhancers and 6000 synthetic non-enhancers produced with a generative model. The test dataset is comprised of 100 strong enhancers, 100 weak enhancers and 200 non enhancers. The original paper uses this dataset to do both binary classification (i.e a sample gets classified as non-enhancer or enhancer) and 3-class classification (i.e a sample gets classified as non-enhancer, weak enhancer or strong enhancer). Both tasks are respectively tackled in the `enhancers` and `enhancers_types` datasets.
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  - [SpliceFinder: ab initio prediction of splice sites using convolutional neural network](https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31881982): The authors introduce a dataset containing 10,000 samples of donor site, acceptor site, and non-splice-site, resulting in 30,000 total samples that are featured in the `splice_sites_all` dataset.
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+ - [Spliceator: multi-species splice site prediction using convolutional neural networks](https://bmcbioinformatics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12859-021-04471-3): Two datasets are introduced by this paper, each of them contain splice sites and their corresponding negative datasets. The dataset `splice_sites_acceptor` features acceptor splice sites and the other, `splice_sites_donor`, donor splice sites.
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  - [Qualitatively predicting acetylation and methylation areas in DNA sequences](https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16901084/): The paper introduces a set of datasets featuring epigenetic marks identified in the yeast genome, namely acetylation and metylation nucleosome occupancies. Nucleosome occupancy values in these ten datasets were obtained with Chip-Chip experiments and further processed into positive and negative observations to provide the datasets corresponding to the following histone marks: `H3`, `H4`, `H3K9ac`, `H3K14ac`, `H4ac`, `H3K4me1`, `H3K4me2`, `H3K4me3`, `H3K36me3` and `H3K79me3`
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  ## Dataset Structure