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Bossa, C. (2008) Predictivity of QSAR, Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, 48(5):971–980. Acknowledgements This research was partly funded by the EU FP7 project OpenTox - An Open Source Predictive Toxicology Framework (Health-F5-2008-200787) and the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.
Training and test set compounds were prepared on the available experimental data by splitting using: Self Organizing Map (SOM) and random selection through activity sampling6. The training sets were used to derive statistically robust models based on both splitting criteria. The models were then externally validated for their predictivity on test sets. The common set of descriptors selected in both splitting was then used in full models to predict a total of 376 PFCs, including those in REACH preregistration list7.