Minimal input data format for bsseq
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Martin Aryee ▴ 20
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Boston, MA, USA
Hi Kasper, I'd like to use bsseq on a partially preprocessed whole genome bisulfite sequencing dataset. I have a data table with one row per CpG and columns for: 1. chromosome 2. position 3. number of reads supporting an unmethylated CpG (U) 3. number of reads supporting a methylated CpG (M) Is it possible to turn this into an acceptable input for bsseq (perhaps with reduced functionality), or is it essential to run the BSmooth alignment suite to generate the complete set of columns typically used by bsseq? Thanks, Martin The information in this e-mail is intended only for the ...{{dropped:11}}
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This is all you need. Look at the bsseq constructor. Kasper On Fri, Dec 21, 2012 at 6:40 PM, Aryee, Martin,Ph.D. <aryee.martin at="" mgh.harvard.edu=""> wrote: > Hi Kasper, > > I'd like to use bsseq on a partially preprocessed whole genome bisulfite sequencing dataset. I have a data table with one row per CpG and columns for: > > 1. chromosome > 2. position > 3. number of reads supporting an unmethylated CpG (U) > 3. number of reads supporting a methylated CpG (M) > > Is it possible to turn this into an acceptable input for bsseq (perhaps with reduced functionality), or is it essential to run the BSmooth alignment suite to generate the complete set of columns typically used by bsseq? > > Thanks, > Martin > > > > > The information in this e-mail is intended only for th...{{dropped:8}}
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