STEP 1

Select the alignment mode

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Which mode should I choose?
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Please select an alignment mode.
Sample data is available in both modes.
One-vs-one mode demonstration
The default one-vs-one mode is suitable if you have medium-sized query regions, usually marked by epigenomic modifications, (e.g. ChIP-Seq peaks, hundreds to thousands of base pairs long), and much longer target regions. It will match the query region(s) to a sub-region of the target region(s) (one-against-one alignment, multiple paired inputs also supported). This mode allows defining target regions using homologous information.
Many-vs-many mode demonstration
The many-vs-many mode attempts to align every input query region to all target regions to find the best hit (the regions do not need to be paired). Therefore, it would be useful if you have query and target regions of similar lengths, and would like to find one best match for the query region among a set of target regions. This mode could also be handy if you'd like to use promoter regions as input data, which you can define with gene names.

STEP 2

Upload data

Query regions

Genome assembly:
Peak regions:
or upload your own:
warning Please either select a provided paired public dataset, or upload your own peak file (BED6 format).
Input regions:
or upload a file:
warning Please either provide the input regions (BED6{{ enhancerSelected ? '' : ' or gene names' }}) in the text box, or upload a text file (BED6{{ enhancerSelected ? '' : ' or gene names' }}).
Please specify promoter region ranges if you use gene names for input: bps upstream from TSSs, bps downstream from TSSs.
warning Please use a non-negative integer.

Target regions

Genome assembly:
warning Please do not use the same reference when using homologous regions to specify your target in one-vs-one mode.
Peak regions:
or upload your own:
warning Please either select a provided paired public dataset, or upload your own peak file (BED6 format).
Input:
Please select the alignment mode to see specific search types.
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bps upstream, bps downstream.
warning Please use non-negative integers.
or upload a file:
warning Please either provide the search regions (BED6{{ enhancerSelected ? '' : ' or gene names' }}) in the text box, or upload a text file (BED6{{ enhancerSelected ? '' : ' or gene names' }}).

STEP 3

Set the alignment parameters

Epigenome weight (relative to sequence):
warning Please use non-negative numbers for both weights (preferably between 0 and 1).
Alignment parameters:
s:
μ:
κ:
πA:
πC:
πG:
πT:
π1:
warning Please use positive numbers for all parameters.

STEP 4

Submit data

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Due to the many processing steps and larger search regions involved, one-vs-one mode with larger regions runs longer than many-vs-many mode and may take minutes.
It is highly recommended to provide an email here to get notified when results become available. You may also bookmark the result page after submitting your data.

Select paired peak datasets from ENCODE Project and other public datasets

Here we provide some pre-compiled paired peak datasets from the ENCODE and mouse ENCODE project and other public datasets. More data will be added here after they are matched.
Please click on one of the blue cells to use the paired data between human and mouse in EpiAlignment.
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