Hi Benjy,

Is this for the tool SICER?

The google group for the tool can be found here:
http://groups.google.com/group/sicer-users

There is a lot of discussion about both of these topics, too much to repeat here. And that would be the best place to ask detailed algorithm questions that are not covered in the paper (linked from the tool form and quoted in the replies quite often).

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 12/14/13 2:30 AM, Benjamin Osei-agyeman wrote:
Hi List,

Could someone explain the Estimated Fragment length? How is it used in Peak detection?

Again what files are used in calculating for the False Discovery Rate (FDR)?

Thanks in advance

Benjy



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