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Tumor Heterogeneity Analysis (THetA) and THetA2 are algorithms that estimate the tumor purity and clonal/subclonal copy number aberrations directly from high-throughput DNA sequencing data. This repository includes the updated algorithm, called THetA2.

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README.txt

Copyright 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017 Brown University, Providence, RI.

                         All Rights Reserved

Permission to use this software, and any documentation, for non-commercial academic research
purposes only is hereby granted with the following terms and conditions:

(1) the above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be preserved in all instances
of the software and in any supporting documentation;

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(4) the permitted user acknowledges that all commercial rights are licensed to Medley
Genomics, Inc., and any inquiries related to commercial use shall be directed to Medley
Genomics, Inc.

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http://cs.brown.edu/people/braphael/software.html

README file for Tumor Heterogeneity Analysis (THetA)

Software that estimates tumor purity and clonal/subclonal copy number 
aberrations directly from high-throughput DNA sequencing data.

If you use this software in your research, please cite:

L. Oesper, G. Satas, B.J. Raphael.  (2014)  Quantifying Tumor Heterogeneity
in Whole-Genome and Whole-Exome Sequencing Data.  Bioinformatics. (In Press).

L. Oesper, A. Mahmoody, B.J. Raphael. (2013)  THetA: Inferring intra-tumor 
heterogeneity from high-throughput DNA sequencing data.  Genome Biology.  14:R80.

contact: layla@cs.brown.edu
	 braphael@cs.princeton.edu

Beta Version: 0.7
Version data: October, 2015

WEBSITE:
http://compbio.cs.brown.edu/software/
http://compbio.cs.brown.edu/projects/theta/

UPDATE: If you aim to infer allele- and clone-specific copy-number aberrations (CNAs) from bulk tumor samples, we recommend that you use  [HATCHet](https://github.com/raphael-group/hatchet), an new algorithm with several improvements over THetA.  


SUMMARY========================================================================
This software is for estimating tumor purity (fraction of non-cancerous cells)
and clonal/subclonal copy number aberrations from high-throughput DNA 
sequencing data for a tumor normal pair.

CONTENTS ======================================================================

(i) Documentation (in doc/ subdirectory):
* Manual; MANUAL.txt - A complete description of how to install/run the software.
* Release Notes; RELEASE_NOTES.txt - List of changes between different versions.
* License; LICENSE.txt - The complete license that goes with the software.

(ii) Software (Main code in python/  Additional code in java/src/, 
jarfiles, and matlab/ subdirectories):
* Source code in python/, java/src and matlab/

(iii) Executables (in bin/ subdirectory ):
* Executables for compiling and running code

(iv) Example (in example/ subdirectory)
* Example input/output files

(v) Data (in data/ subdirectory)
* Useful data files for use with whole-exome sequencing data

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