Title ID Rate 0%, other search engines were succesful
Priority bug Status finished
Superseder Nosy List kfwang, rodvrees
Assigned To Keywords

Created on 2022-10-21.16:07:50 by rodvrees, last changed by kfwang.

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msg313 (view) Author: kfwang Date: 2022-11-06.17:25:03

I received an email from and processed the data in it and 
found that the search ended properly and that the ID rate could reach 34%, did you 
set any special parameters when searching? Or you can download the latest version 
of pFind and try the search again.

msg300 (view) Author: kfwang Date: 2022-10-28.16:20:37
If the file is large, it can be sent to by e-mail.
msg299 (view) Author: kfwang Date: 2022-10-28.16:19:26
I checked the log file and found that this was a strange problem. From the spectrum 
analysis rate, there are only 134 spectra in total, but from the previous information, 
pParse has derived tens of thousands of spectra. You can provide me with a dataset and 
database to check the problem.
msg298 (view) Author: rodvrees Date: 2022-10-21.16:07:50
I'm trying to use pFind to search some mzml files. pFind seems to run fine, but 
in the end tells me that it achieved a 0% ID rate, and pBuild summary is empty. 
This problem is not unique to these files, and has happened with another set of 
mzml files as well. Other search engines were able to identify peptides and 
proteins using the same mzml and fasta file. Also included is the log file.

Any idea what is going wrong?
Thanks in advance
Date User Action Args
2022-11-17 11:02:07kfwangsetstatus: chatting -> finished
2022-11-06 17:25:54kfwangsetfiles: + 2022-11-06_172522.png
2022-11-06 17:25:05kfwangsetmessages: + msg313
2022-10-28 16:20:39kfwangsetmessages: + msg300
2022-10-28 16:19:28kfwangsetmessages: + msg299
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