Why Choose SBSM

SBSM has many outstanding advantages that make it worth choosing.


SBSM is specifically designed for biological sequence classification and contains many cutting-edge and effective techniques.


In many tasks of identifying protein functions and modification sites, SBSM achieved the SOTA performance.


SBSM offers Python, Windows, and Linux versions of the software to meet different needs and strives to improve ease of use.

Regularly updated

We are committed to continuously updating our software to provide richer features and fewer bugs.


Choose a version of SBSM that suits you.


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Update log

Nov. 12, 2023

Version 3.0 of SBSM for Linux was released, fixing some potential bugs. Based on user feedback, the interaction methods were modified to be more user-friendly.

Nov. 11, 2023

The website content was updated.

Nov. 9, 2023

Version 2.0 of the SBSM Python package was released, featuring computational performance improvements and bug fixes.

Nov. 2, 2023

The SBSM paper pre-published on arXiv was updated, the latest version is V2.

Oct. 9, 2023

The minor errors on the website have been fixed.

Oct. 7, 2023

Released the Chinese version of the user manual, updated the Document page.

Sep. 3, 2023

The "About" page of the website has been update.

Sep. 1, 2023

The bug in the Linux version of sbsm 1.0 has been fixed, and sbsm 2.0 has been released.

Aug. 31, 2023

The Linux version of sbsm 1.0 installed via conda has been released. Relevant documentation has also been updated on the website.

Aug. 28, 2023

The website has added a dataset page and provided dataset resources for users to download.

Aug. 26, 2023

The python version of sbsm is published on the website.

Aug. 24, 2023

The website of SBSM has undergone a major update, with a more concise and aesthetically pleasing interface.

Aug. 22, 2023

The paper titled "SBSM-Pro: Support Bio-sequence Machine for Proteins" was made public on arXiv, with the link being https://arxiv.org/abs/2308.10275, and it was assigned a DOI number of 10.48550/arXiv.2308.10275.

Aug. 20, 2023

The paper titled "SBSM-Pro: Support Bio-sequence Machine for Proteins" was submitted to arXiv.

Aug. 19, 2023

The website of SBSM is set up.