ChIP-seq quality control

December 14, 2012 § Leave a comment

Aaron Diaz (aad1974 AT gmail DOT com) writes:

“We at UCSF have recently developed a software tool for ChIP-seq quality control and protocol optimization called CHANCE, which appears in the current special issue of Genome Biology.

CHANCE has a graphical interface and doesn’t require any knowledge of programming or statistics. I hope it will be useful and interesting to your readers. The CHANCE program as well as the source code can be downloaded here.”

Take a look and let Aaron know what you think!

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