Question: Rv: Visual And Conputational Analysis Of Positive Sites In Chip-Chip Data
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Mónica Pérez Alegre60 wrote:
Hi all We are working with chip-chip data of S. cerevisiae (from Affymetrix) and actually we have two problems and we don´t know if it´s possible to perform in Galaxy: 1. We use the tool intersect to get the annotation of positive genomic regions in our file bed. After, we need calculate statistical enrichments for associations between genomics regions and annotations. It´s this possible in Galaxy? 2. Other query. How plot for visual inspection enrichment ratio profile versus different sets of genomic loci (i.e.: tRNA, LTR,…) Best Regards, ☺If you have used the Services of the Genomics Unit of Cabimer, we would be grateful if you would give us a mention in future publications Mónica Pérez Alegre, PhD Genomics Unit CABIMER-CSIC Edif. CABIMER - Avda. Américo Vespucio s/n Parque Científico y Tecnológico Cartuja 93 41092 Seville-SPAIN Tlf: +34 954 467 828 Fax: +34 954 461 664<http:""/>
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ADD COMMENTlink modified 6.3 years ago by Abhay Krishna70 • written 6.3 years ago by Mónica Pérez Alegre60
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Abhay Krishna70 wrote:
I think closest to what you want to do in galaxy can be done in cistrome Unless I am missing some galaxy tool in testing, which other galaxy users more closely following galaxy test can comment on best Abhay 2011/11/16 Mónica Pérez Alegre <>
ADD COMMENTlink written 6.3 years ago by Abhay Krishna70
I dont think Cistrome can provide sufficient visualization options. In CEAS analysis it can provide overall picture of genome binding regions or some relative binding histograms. I beleive what Monica is asking when one has chip enriched regions how to visualize such selected regions- I will suggest IGV or loading file to UCSC genome browser. However It will be interesting if either some one from Galaxy/ Cistrome (Tau/ Shirley) can add to this post as personally it may be easy to do everything in cistrome/ Galaxy rather then flipping files between various tools. Best 2011/11/16 Abhay Krishna <>
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