Question: How to get the genome distribution in proportion of promoter, 1st exon, other exon, 1st intron, other intron, distal intergenic, etc from a species
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13 months ago by
bright6020
bright6020 wrote:

Recently, I am working on annotating the peak files using ChIPseeker. I am wondering is there away to understand the original genome distribution of each categories (promoter, 1st exon,  other exon, 1st intron, other intron, distal intergenic, etc.) from a species? In that case, I could have a baseline information and the deducted feature distribution would be more meaningful compared to the baseline.

Thanks for your attention.

 

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