I'm new to sequence analysis, so I might have posted a redundant question. If so, please refer me to the correct place. From my initial search, I couldn't find answers to my question.
Is there a computational way (I prefer to use R, but if there's any more useful tool, please feel free to suggest!) to find corresponding nucleotide locations (i.e. 123682765-123683049) from a list of chromosomal regions (i.e. 5p14-15, 5q13-15, 5q31-32, etc)?
My input data would be: 5p14-15, 5q13-15, 5q31-32, etc
I'd like to get result in a dataframe format: 1st column listing nucleotide start location and 2nd column would be listing nucleotide end location.
Also, I'm doing ATACseq analysis, and if you know any beginner friendly learning materials/videos, I'd love to learn more.