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HOMER v4.6, 3-29-2014 is installed across all HPC nodes.
HOMER can be loaded as a module:
[asrini@node061 ~]$ module load homer-v4.6 [asrini@node061 ~]$ homer homer : Empirical Motif Optimizer usage: ./homer [data] [parameters] -a [action] This program is meant to be called from other programs (i.e. findMotifsGenome.pl), and not used directly Data options: -dna|-prot : Sequence type (-dna) -s <file> : Sequence File -g <file> : Group/Stat File -mer <file> : Mer File -m <file> : PSSM Motif File -o <file> : output file prefix -seed <file> : seed file -offset <#> : offset of sequence from TSS (-2000)
Homer was compiled with our version of BLAT so you should also load that module
[asrini@node061 ~]$ module load blat-v3 [asrini@node061 ~]$ blat blat - Standalone BLAT v. 35 fast sequence search command line tool usage: blat database query [-ooc=11.ooc] output.psl where: database and query are each either a .fa , .nib or .2bit file, or a list these files one file name per line. -ooc=11.ooc tells the program to load over-occurring 11-mers from and external file. This will increase the speed by a factor of 40 in many cases, but is not required output.psl is where to put the output. Subranges of nib and .2bit files may specified using the syntax: /path/file.nib:seqid:start-end or /path/file.2bit:seqid:start-end or /path/file.nib:start-end With the second form, a sequence id of file:start-end will be used.