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computeMatrixOperations (version 3.5.4+galaxy0)

What it does

computeMatrixOperations can perform a variety of operations on one or more files produced by computeMatrix (N.B., the output is always written to a new file):

Subcommand What it does
info Prints out the sample and region group names in the order in which they appear.
subset Subsets a file by the desired samples/region group names. This can also change the order of these samples/region groups.
filterStrand Filters the file to only include regions annotated as being on a particular strand.
rbind Concatenates multiple matrices together, top to bottom.
cbind Merges multiple matrices, left to right.
sort Sorts the given file so regions are in the order of occurence in the input BED/GTF file(s).
dataRange Returns the min, max, median, 10th and 90th percentile of the matrix values per sample.

These operations are useful when you want to run computeMatrix on multiple files (thereby keeping all of the values together) and later exclude regions/samples or add new ones. Another common use would be if you require the output of computeMatrix to be sorted to match the order of regions in the input file.

For more information on the tools, please visit our help site.

For support or questions please post to Biostars. For bug reports and feature requests please open an issue on github.

This tool is developed by the Bioinformatics and Deep-Sequencing Unit at the Max Planck Institute for Immunobiology and Epigenetics.