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Table 4 Example rule-based model

From: Identification of combinatorial host-specific signatures with a potential to affect host adaptation in influenza A H1N1 and H3N2 subtypes

Rule Accuracy (%) Support Decision coverage (%)
IF P435 = I THEN host = Human 99.9 5128 98.4
IF P200 = S THEN host = Human 99.9 4052 77.8
IF P10 = Y THEN host = Human 99.8 3998 76.7
IF P88 = S THEN host = Human 99.9 3989 76.5
IF P6 = V THEN host = Human 99.8 3936 75.5
IF P222 = R THEN host = Human 99.9 3823 73.4
IF P220 = T THEN host = Human 100.0 3584 68.8
IF P516 = K THEN host = Human 99.9 1818 34.9
IF P200 = P and P222 = K THEN host = Avian 91.3 229 97.7
IF P130 = K THEN host = Avian 91.3 218 93.0
IF P2 = E and P222 = K THEN host = Avian 96.2 208 93.5
IF P137 = A and P544 = L THEN host = Avian 96.1 205 92.1
IF P78 = L and P435 = V THEN host = Avian 97.1 204 92.5
IF P9 = F THEN host = Avian 98.5 204 93.9
IF P6 = F THEN host = Avian 98.2 169 77.6
IF P14 = V THEN host = Avian 99.4 165 76.6
IF P173 = T THEN host = Avian 98.7 158 72.9
  1. The model presented here is for the HA protein of the H1N1 subtypeModels for the other proteins of both the subtypes are listed in Additional file 2