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Hi

In homer

If the RAM is not more than 4 Gb, what problems does the annotate run with and what information does it lose? And what is the difference between its output and normal?

ChIP-Seq annotate • 314 views
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If you are using -noann it will skip the Genomic Annotation part completely. Check the How Basic Annotation Works segment to know the details.

http://homer.ucsd.edu/homer/ngs/annotation.html

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Do you mean that you only need to work with ram4 Gb and above? Otherwise there is no point in working with homer?

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Depends upon the annotations you are looking for, if the genomic annotation is crucial then definitely -noann will be pointless. You can also utilize the UseGalaxy platform to do the analysis.

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