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removing repeated entries from chip regions

pande
Hi,
      Can galaxy help in removing the entries like this  and convert
these into one region like 149116122-149116142:


chr1    149116122    149116141    region_27    0    +
chr1    149116123    149116142    region_28    0    +
chr1    149116124    149116141    region_29    0    +
chr1    149116125    149116142    region_30    0    +
chr1    149116126    149116142    region_31    0    +
chr1    149116127    149116142    region_32    0    +


thanks.
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Re: removing repeated entries from chip regions

Hans-Rudolf Hotz
Have you tried "Merge" from the "Operate on Genomic Intervals" tools?

Regards, Hans



On 08/26/2010 11:56 AM, pande wrote:

> Hi,
> Can galaxy help in removing the entries like this and convert these into
> one region like 149116122-149116142:
>
>
> chr1 149116122 149116141 region_27 0 +
> chr1 149116123 149116142 region_28 0 +
> chr1 149116124 149116141 region_29 0 +
> chr1 149116125 149116142 region_30 0 +
> chr1 149116126 149116142 region_31 0 +
> chr1 149116127 149116142 region_32 0 +
>
>
> thanks.
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Re: removing repeated entries from chip regions

Anton Nekrutenko
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Pande:

Take a look at "Operate on Genomics Intervals -> Merge" tool (see attached image).

anton
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On Aug 26, 2010, at 5:56 AM, pande wrote:

> Hi,
>     Can galaxy help in removing the entries like this  and convert these into one region like 149116122-149116142:
>
>
> chr1    149116122    149116141    region_27    0    +
> chr1    149116123    149116142    region_28    0    +
> chr1    149116124    149116141    region_29    0    +
> chr1    149116125    149116142    region_30    0    +
> chr1    149116126    149116142    region_31    0    +
> chr1    149116127    149116142    region_32    0    +
>
>
> thanks.
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