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Old 11-02-2012, 06:31 AM   #1
Mohsina
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Default How to deal with .wig files!! P

Hi,
I am a new PhD student, completely new in bioinformatics field and genomic data analysis. I have been given some ChIP-Seq data. These are .wig files. These are probably ChIP-seq data on a number of proteins at four time points.
I have downloaded cisgenome and played with example datasets just to familiarize myself with chip-seq data analysis, but cisgenome doesn't seem to take .wig file as input.
I have got a presentation coming up, I want to produce some result there.

Can you suggest any software/R package (Windows based) where I can start my analysis? I have looked at Galaxy/UCSC, didn't understand much. I dont just visualize data in graphs, is it possible to produce txt based result where further analysis can be done? Cisgenome seem to produce those (.BAR/.COD files). Sorry if I sound a bit stupid, as a beginner I dont understand half the thing I am reading

Any help/suggestion will be really appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Old 03-03-2014, 04:57 PM   #2
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Default Have you got any idea for this?

Hi there,
I encounter the same problem with you. I don't whether you had any idea for this problem.
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