Hello,

It sounds as if you are using the Cistrome hosted Galaxy instance? If so, it would be best to contact them directly to discuss the tools/wrappers developed by their group. This is the primary web site: http://cistrome.org. A help email is on the Cistrome Galaxy's login page.


Good luck with your project,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 5/18/12 12:58 AM, shamsher jagat wrote:
I have run a ChIPseq work flow in galaxy, At teh end I ran CEAS:
Enrichment on chromosome and annotation (version 1.0.0) to annotate the
peaks which gave me a pdf file shoiwng distribution of peaks across
genome with pie chart as well as well as histogram. It shows that ~5% of
my peaks in 5UTR regions and other 3 % in 3' UTR 63 % exon and so on. Is
there a way that I can have list of genes/ refrence ids  which arein
5'UTR /3'UTR. I tried all tools in Galaxy but could not find it. There
should be some way to extract these summarized results in details. Any
one has a suggestion please?
Thanks
Kanwar


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