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MACS gives the same output using different inputs and with no input
... Hi, we use MACS to call peaks for all of our ChIP-seq data and it has never given us any problems. With our most recent dataset, MACS outputs the same number and coordinates of peaks regardless of different input files or even if no input is used. This occurs even when using past ChIP-seq experiment ...
chip-seq written 10 days ago by skhil0830
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Comment: C: multibamsummary vs multibigwigsummary
... So what is the biological translation of that greater average signal, if we are to assume the experiment was done well. Would it be greater transcription factor binding per se? ...
written 9 months ago by skhil0830
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Comment: C: multibamsummary vs multibigwigsummary
... My bigwig files were created with bedgraphtoBigwig following stretching with slopBed. Would that still be appropriate to use for multibigwigsummary? Since the scale of multibigwigsummary corresponds to average read scores calculated, would higher scores theoretically correspond to peaks with greater ...
written 9 months ago by skhil0830
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multibamsummary vs multibigwigsummary
... I am in the process of comparing the similarity between two ChIP-seq conditions. According to the Deeptools documents, multibamsummary computes the read coverages for genomic regions for typically two or more BAM files whereas multibigwigsummary computes the average scores for each of the files in e ...
chip-seq galaxy written 9 months ago by skhil0830 • updated 9 months ago by Devon Ryan1.9k

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