I'm trying to represent my ChIP-Seq counts, normalized or not, in specific genomic bins but don't know how to do so.
I have already processed my data, and have used
findPeaks followed by
pos2bed.pl to produce
.bedGraph files that contain this info. However, I'd like to have counts summarized for each 10kb bin throughout the genome (this is OK for my purposes). My
.bedGraphs contain some of this information, but not spread in equally defined 10kb bins.
I was looking at Homer's
annotatePeaks.pl -hist <bin size>, which seems to have data summarize in specific bins, but these are around a peak which is not really what I want. However, I am particularly interested in having them represented in specific genomic bins throughout the genome (i.e. not only those that would be found in a distance
d around a peak). I'm sure there is a tool to summarize this, but I'm just not aware of which one to use.
Could someone advice on how I could bin my data?