It is known that in computer science there is no absolute randomness, and all data is predictable. There is also a grain of randomness. What if the grain is protein? There is also a data visualization site that claims that it is impossible to predict the outcome of a random image.
I am not a bio computer scientist, but I would be interested to know how the proteins differ in which beautiful images are drawn from ugly images
I found a protein with 80 amino acid residues. Which draws such a picture. such images are only 5%. The remaining 95% is pixel chaos
For example, this amino acid sequence