HATSEQ

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Hypergeometric analysis of tiling-array and sequence data: detection and interpretation of peaks
Published: Oct 2013

We have build a method to analyze your ChIP-array or ChIP-Seq data. 
The method can accurately detect peak boundaries among different types of experimental data, such as Protein-DNA interactions, Histone modifications, methylated fragments and more!
This tool does not require any knowledge about scripting languages because of the friendly graphic user interface (GUI).
Install HATSEQ on your PC, MACbook or Unix, select the files to-be-analyzed, and hit the run button.
If you also want to know whether motifs or pathways are enriched for the detected regions in your data, simply check the boxes in the GUI.
After pressing the Run button in the GUI, we do the job for you! You can grab a cup of coffee.


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Institutions


Delft Bioinformatics Lab (DBL), Delft University of Technology, Delft, 2628 CD, The Netherlands
Department of Hematology, Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam, 3015 GE, The Netherlands
Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre (NBIC), The Netherlands


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Installation

Configuration

Tutorial

HATSEQ output files

Example datasets

Installation and configuration of Perl for Circos

FAQ

Comparison with two other methods


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