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Mapping of IMR90 Cell Line ChIP-Seq Input Data
Illumina reads produced by ChIP-Seq Input on the IMR90 Cell Line, Library LL-I1 were mapped to the human genome using Pash.


Project News:
2010/11/1:
ANALYSIS XML file 'ucsd.chip-seq.level.1.xml' uploaded



alias: renlab.Input.IMR90-01.01.hg19.level.1
Analysis Center: EDACC
Analysis File Type: .bed
Analysis File Name: UCSD.IMR90.Input.LL-I1.bed
DATA_ANALYSIS_LEVEL: 1
EXPERIMENT_TYPE: ChIP-Seq
GENOME_ASSEMBLY: NCBI Build GRCh37/UCSC Build hg19
SOFTWARE: Pash
SOFTWARE_VERSION: 3.0
MAXIMUM_ALIGNMENT_LENGTH: Read length
MISMATCHES_ALLOWED: 10% of read length
ALIGNMENTS_ALLOWED: 10
TREATMENT_OF_MULTIPLE_ALIGNMENTS: If a read maps to more than 10 positions it is removed from consideration.
TREATMENT_OF_IDENTICAL_ALIGNMENTS_OF_MULTIPLE_READS: If multiple reads map to the same start position on the + strand or stop position on the - strand, only a single read is retained.
ALIGNMENT_POSTPROCESSING: None
READ_EXTENSION: 200bp
RELEASE_NUMBER: Human Epigenome Atlas 2
NUMBER_OF_Input_EXPERIMENTS_SCORED: 67
FINDPEAKS_SCORE: 0.1297
FINDPEAKS_PERCENTILE: 94
HOTSPOT_SCORE: 0.244
HOTSPOT_PERCENTILE: 100
IROC_SCORE: 0.9075
IROC_PERCENTILE: 66
POISSON_SCORE: 0.3871
POISSON_PERCENTILE: 93

 

 


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