recipe chexmix

ChExMix aims to characterize protein-DNA binding subtypes in ChIP-exo experiments. ChExMix assumes that different regulatory complexes will result in different protein-DNA crosslinking signatures in ChIP-exo data, and thus analysis of ChIP-exo sequencing tag patterns should enable detection of multiple protein-DNA binding modes for a given regulatory protein. ChExMix uses a mixture modeling framework to probabilistically model the genomic locations and subtype membership of protein-DNA binding events, leveraging both ChIP-exo tag enrichment patterns and DNA sequence information. In doing so, ChExMix offers a more principled and robust approach to characterizing binding subtypes than simply clustering binding events using motif information.

Homepage

http://mahonylab.org/software/chexmix/

License

MIT

Recipe

/chexmix/meta.yaml

package chexmix

(downloads) docker_chexmix

Versions

0.45-00.5-00.4-0

Depends
Required By

Installation

With an activated Bioconda channel (see 2. Set up channels), install with:

conda install chexmix

and update with:

conda update chexmix

or use the docker container:

docker pull quay.io/biocontainers/chexmix:<tag>

(see chexmix/tags for valid values for <tag>)