Additional file 2.Figure S1. Scatter plots of protein spectral counts vs. protein MASCOT scores (left-hand-side) and protein MASCOT scores vs. protein marginal inclusion probabilities (right-hand-side) in all AP-MS control and bait experiments. Figure S2: Scatter plot of peptide PROPHET probabilities (Prob) onto the peptide MASCOT scores (Score) in all AP-MS control and bait experiments. Figure S3: Empirical Probability Density Function (PDF - left) and Cumulative Density Function (CDF - right) plots of peptide scores (top) and peptide probabilities (bottom) in all AP-MS control and bait experiments. Figure S4: Optimizing the determination of the peptide MASCOT score threshold in all AP-MS bait experiments. Figure S5: Number of Indicator Prey Proteins and Reproducible Experimental Replicates and the joint inclusion probability for the protein-based analysis in all AP-MS bait experiments. Figure S6: FDR sensitivity as a function of Confidence Score cutoff and marginal inclusion probability threshold in all AP-MS bait experiments. Figure S7: FDR and GO semantic similarity analyses in all AP-MS bait experiments. Figure S8: Density distribution plots of bait-prey Confidence Scores at procedural stages “N”, “R” and “S” in all AP-MS bait experiments. Figure S9: Quantile-Quantile plots of bait vs. control marginal inclusion probabilities in all AP-MS bait experiments. Figure S10: Correlation and regression relationships between protein MASCOT scores and protein marginal inclusion probabilities at different procedural stages from the initial “Naïve” stage (“N”), to the “Reproducible” stage (“R”), and to the final “Specific” stage (“S”) in all AP-MS bait experiments. Figure S11: Stability of the Coefficient of Variation (CV) of the mean marginal inclusion probability as a function of procedural stages from the initial “Naïve” stage (“N”), to the “Reproducible” stage (“R”), and to the final “Specific” stage (“S”) in all AP-MS bait experiments. Figure S12: Confidence Intervals (95% CIs) of the median bait-prey semantic similarity for SAINT-only and SAINT in conjunction with ROCS at the different ROCS procedural stages “N” (SAINT-only), “R”, and “S” (ROCSSAINT) in all AP-MS bait experiments. Figure S13: FDR computed from SAINT posterior probability output (P_{SAINT}) as a function of procedural stages: from the initial “Naïve” stage (“N” – SAINT-only), to the “Reproducible” stage (“R”), and to the final “Specific” stage (“S” – ROCS-SAINT) in all AP-MS bait experiments [20,28,32,35-37]. Format: PDF Size: 1.4MB Download file This file can be viewed with: Adobe Acrobat Reader Dazard et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2012 13:128 doi:10.1186/1471-2105-13-128 |