== Mailing lists ==
This project provides the following mailing lists.
* [https://trac.nbic.nl/mailman/listinfo/rockerbox-users rockerbox-users]: a list intended for general discussion on the project.
* [https://trac.nbic.nl/mailman/listinfo/rockerbox-commits rockerbox-commits]: a list that receives source code commit messages.
* [https://trac.nbic.nl/mailman/listinfo/rockerbox-devel rockerbox-devel]: a list intended for discussion among developers (subscription is restricted to registered developers).
== Source access ==
If available, anonymous readonly subversion access works as follows:
svn co https://trac.nbic.nl/svn/rockerbox rockerbox
Write access is only available to registered developers.
You can become a developer by [https://trac.nbic.nl/index/#register registering yourself] if you haven't already done so,
and requesting write access on the [https://trac.nbic.nl/mailman/listinfo/rockerbox-users rockerbox-users] mailing list.
== Starting Points ==
* TracGuide -- Built-in Documentation
* TitleIndex -- A complete list of local wiki pages.
* [http://trac.edgewall.org/wiki/TracFaq Trac FAQ] -- Frequently Asked Questions
== Other NBIC software projects ==
All active NBIC software projects can be accessed from the [https://trac.nbic.nl/ project index].
Welcome to the RockerBox project page
A major problem in the analysis of mass spectrometry-based proteomics data is the vast growth of data volume, caused by improvements in sequencing speed of mass spectrometers.
This growth affects analysis times and storage requirements so severely that many analysis tools are no longer able to cope with the increased file sizes.
RockerBox, addresses size problems for search results obtained from the widely used Mascot search engine by filtering the files, without altering their informative content.
Filtering is done based on manual parameters or automatically based on a number of FDR calculation methods.
Moreover, RockerBox allows for a fast evaluation of large result files by means of a number of commonly accepted metrics which can often be viewed through charts.
You can find
- the RockerBox application
- the User Guide
At the download page: https://trac.nbic.nl/rockerbox/downloads
New! Florian Breitwieser has created an AUR package to easily install RockerBox on Arch Linux! Here it is.
Current version: 2.0.6
- Filter .dat files, output a fully functional filtered .dat file, a .csv file or .mgf file
- Cool charts, X-Y plot for numerical values on PSMs
- Transforms the .dat file into a .dat.db file
- Database in a single file
- Quick access times
- Handle large .dat files (tested up to 1 million spectra)
- Note:The output is written to a folder next to the input .dat file
- 2.0.5 Direct export to .csv, .mgf, feature list aside from .dat
- 2.0.6 Added 'scan title' to the .csv output