findPeaks in homer
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19 months ago

I'm a computer engineer and not very familiar with the Homer tool, I studied homer but I do not know what causes the low error?

findPeaks Sox2-ChIP-Seq  -style factor -o auto
error-->findPeaks: command not found
ChIP-Seq homer findPeaks • 961 views
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Please be more careful while creating posts - this is a Question type post and not a Tool type post. I've made the necessary change this time. Read: How to Use Biostars, Part II: Post types, Deleting, (Un)Subscribing, Linking and Bookmarking

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Yes you are right Do you have an idea to answer my question?

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You probably don't have the executable/binary in your PATH. What platform (OS) are you on?

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ubuntu19

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And how did you install homer? Using apt-get/a similar package manager or from source?

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apt-get

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That's odd - apt-get install should take care of PATH settings. Did the package install successfully? Can you give us the command you used? Maybe run it again and give us all the output (STDOUT & STDERR) you see.

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Now I was able to solve the above problem with your guidance. I did not add the executable path correctly.

Thank you very much.

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