This section describes how to understand the search results
In the experiment page, click “Whole view” to display protein database search results in one page.
Or, click “page view” to display protein database search results in split pages. By default, it displays 200 proteins in one page. In page view, user can click next page to display more proteins

Figure 7.3.1.1: experiment page

Tip. User can change maximum number of proteins to display by changing protein number parameter, proteinNumber in web URL.

Figure 7.3.1.2: Maximum number of proteins to display

Figure 7.3.1.3: Search Result View, list of the proteins

In the protein identification page, click view to find more information for individual protein.

Figure 7.3.2: Peptide view of the selected Protein

Click “spectrum view” link to display fragment ion annotation view.

Figure 7.3.3: Fragment Ion View

Back on search results, click on the peptide radio button to see peptide view.

Figure 7.3.4: Peptide View

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