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Old 01-04-2018, 09:56 AM   #1
Tus-JAW
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Default MACS2 refinepeak package

I am reaching out to inquire about the use of the MACS2 refinepeak package. Looking through the Galaxy website and the MACS github, I have only been able to find this description, "It is an experimental utility that takes raw read alignments, refines peak summits and gives scores measuring balance of forward- backward tags. Inspired by the SPP pipeline."

1. Can anyone provide additional insight as to how I can incorporate this package into the analysis of a ChIP-Seq data set?

2. Can I use it to enhance (or validate) MACS2 callpeak results?

3. How would the scores output by the package be interpreted?

4. Is there any additional documentation about this package that I can access?


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