brian_osborne at cognia.com
Sat Oct 16 00:56:49 EDT 2004
I took a look at AlignIO/meme.pm and fixed some obvious problems but I think
it's possible that the file used in the tests, t/data/meme.dat, may not have
all the information I need to debug the module (and I don't have meme
myself). Question: is "strand" ever stipulated in the meme output file?
There's no "+" or "-" indicated in meme.dat. This file is the result of an
analysis of DNA, so I'm a bit surprised not to see some indication of strand
(and the code, before I modified it, was using a regexp that attempted to
capture strand information). Can you enlighten me here? Here's one of the
Sequence name Start P-value Site
------------- ----- --------- -----------------------
6603 1311 2.59e-15 GGCGCATTGA
83796 1284 2.59e-15 GGAGGATTGA
20218 938 6.34e-12 TTTTTGGTAA
10657 1685 8.70e-12 GGCCCGCGCG
Perhaps when one runs meme with DNA one can tell it to just do 1 strand,
rather than both? This would explain the absence of strand information, but
it means the regexp changes depending on this mode. Again, I don't have meme
or use meme, so you're going to have to tell me, or send me output files
with and without strand stipulation.
From: Stefan Kirov [mailto:skirov at utk.edu]
Sent: Friday, October 15, 2004 6:33 PM
To: Brian Osborne
Cc: bioperl-l at bioperl.org
Subject: Re: [Bioperl-l] Deprecating
I wonder if anyone uses *Bio::AlignIO::meme*. Last time (year ago) it
did not work for me and I have not seen anyone committing changes....
Brian Osborne wrote:
>Any objections to my adding Bio::Tools::RestrictionEnzyme to the DEPRECATED
>file? It was replaced by Bio::Restriction a while ago.
>Along the same lines, is there anything else that should be deprecated?
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