PM - protein music

@article{King1996PMP,
  title={PM - protein music},
  author={Ross D. King and C. G. Angus},
  journal={Computer applications in the biosciences : CABIOS},
  year={1996},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={
          251-2
        }
}
We present the program PM for the analysis of protein sequence information using audification. Audification is the technique of using the sense of hearing to analyse data (Jackson, 1993). The advantage of audification over visualisation in data analysis is that sound has the property that when different notes are played together they can still be individually heard: in vision colours blend to form new colours. This distinction can be very useful when studying multivariate data. The one… 

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