User: Matt Corley

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Comment: C: Generating a bedgraph from a scored bed file
... I'm choosing your answer for general completeness.  It's a shame there's no bedtools equivalent to partition.  Of course, you're right that it's trivial to integrate bedops with Python using subprocess, but I'm working on a standalone project where I'd prefer to minimize external (non-Python) depend ...
written 3.9 years ago by Matt Corley40
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Generating a bedgraph from a scored bed file
... Bedtools has a function, genomecov, that will output a bedgraph from a BAM file: I have a slightly different use case, where I'd like to generate a bedgraph file from a scored bed file.  That is, instead of each interval representing a count of '1', each interval can represent an arbitrary count. ...
genome bedtools chip-seq coverage bedgraph written 3.9 years ago by Matt Corley40 • updated 3.9 years ago by Alex Reynolds27k
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Answer: A: Is There A Way To Get The Single Best Model From A Group Of Models/States Genera
... I'm going to point you to an answer I wrote to a similar question on CrossValidated: http://stats.stackexchange.com/a/126343/61963 The linked answer is more detailed, but the short version of the answer is: BIC/AIC are not good methods to select the best model in this case, and the only good model ...
written 4.2 years ago by Matt Corley40

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