Question: How to find exonic and intronic regions from a set of coordinates?
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21 months ago by
asfiashahid9280 wrote:

Hey, could anyone please help me with it? I have few coordinates of different chromosomes. I want to know that either these coordinates represents introns or exons. Is there is any kind of software that accepts coordinates as an input and gives us the output that this set of coordinates represents an exon and this set represents an intron? or a way to do it manually??

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 21 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k • written 21 months ago by asfiashahid9280
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Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k wrote:


Compare the overlap between your coordinates and other datasets that contain coordinates that represent exons versus introns. Tools in the group Operate on Genomic Intervals are one choice.

The Galaxy 101 tutorial covers a very simple example of comparing two datasets (SNPs overlapping Exons, based on genomic coordinates) and should help you to understand the general process:

Thanks, Jen, Galaxy team

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