changeset 17:ce0995c33291

author nilesh
date Thu, 11 Jul 2013 12:23:38 -0400
parents 366799f58c6b
children 64dc986da596
files geneBody_coverage.xml
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+<tool id="geneBody_coverage" name="Gene Body Converage (BAM)">
+	<description>
+		Read coverage over gene body.
+	</description>
+	<requirements>
+		<requirement type="package" version="2.15.1">R</requirement>
+		<requirement type="package" version="2.3.7">rseqc</requirement>
+	</requirements>
+	<command interpreter="python">
+ -i $input -r $refgene -o output
+	</command>
+	<inputs>
+		<param name="input" type="data" label="Input .bam file" format="bam" />
+		<param name="refgene" type="data" label="Reference Genome" format="bed" />
+	</inputs>
+	<outputs>
+		<data name="outputpdf" format="pdf" from_work_dir="output.geneBodyCoverage.pdf" />
+		<data name="outputr" format="r" from_work_dir="output.geneBodyCoverage_plot.r" />
+		<data name="outputtxt" format="txt" from_work_dir="output.geneBodyCoverage.txt" />
+	</outputs>
+	<help>
+.. image::
+About RSeQC
+The RSeQC package provides a number of useful modules that can comprehensively evaluate high throughput sequence data especially RNA-seq data. “Basic modules” quickly inspect sequence quality, nucleotide composition bias, PCR bias and GC bias, while “RNA-seq specific modules” investigate sequencing saturation status of both splicing junction detection and expression estimation, mapped reads clipping profile, mapped reads distribution, coverage uniformity over gene body, reproducibility, strand specificity and splice junction annotation.
+The RSeQC package is licensed under the GNU GPL v3 license.
+Input BAM/SAM file
+	Alignment file in BAM/SAM format.
+Reference gene model
+	Gene Model in BED format.
+Read coverage over gene body. This module is used to check if reads coverage is uniform and if there is any 5’/3’ bias. This module scales all transcripts to 100 nt and calculates the number of reads covering each nucleotide position. Finally, it generates a plot illustrating the coverage profile along the gene body. NOTE: this module requires lots of memory for large BAM files, because it load the entire BAM file into memory. We add another script "" into v2.3.1 which takes bigwig (instead of BAM) as input. It only use 200M RAM, but users need to convert BAM into WIG, and then WIG into BigWig.
+Example output:
+	.. image::
+	</help>
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