Functions for calculating and plotting the distribution of query features (e.g. genomic ranges) across the genome. If you have a set of genomic ranges, the GenomicDistributions R package can help you with visualizations and comparison.
if (!requireNamespace("BiocManager", quietly = TRUE)) install.packages("BiocManager") BiocManager::install("GenomicDistributions")
GenomicDistributionsData: includes full data files, too large to include in GenomicDistributions
See the vignettes for more information: http://code.databio.org/GenomicDistributions
Building long vignettes
In the long_vignettes are vignettes that require large external data and take a long time to run. Therefore, they should be pre-built. You can render them manually by running long_vignettes/render-long-vignettes.R. This will use
knitr to run the vignette and put the result into the
vignettes folder, along with output figures.