normIC - Normalization by Iterative CorrectionΒΆ

This method normalize the raw contact map by removing biases from experimental procedure. This is an method of matrix balancing, however, in the normalized, sum of rows and columns are not equal to one.

Usage:

usage: gcMapExplorer normIC [-h] [-i input.gcmap] [-fi gcmap]
                            [-o output.gcmap] [-fo gcmap] [-t 0.0001]
                            [-vmax VMAX] [-vmin VMIN] [-c 500] [-ptnd 99]
                            [-tdo 0.8] [-cmeth lzf]
                            [-wd /home/rajendra/deskForWork/scratch]

Optional arguments:

-h, --help            show this help message and exit
-i input.gcmap, --input input.gcmap
                       Input ccmap or gcmap file.

-fi gcmap, --format-input gcmap
                       Input format: 'ccmap' or 'gcmap'.

-o output.gcmap, --output output.gcmap
                       Output ccmap or gcmap file.

                      When input file is ccmap, ouput file can be gcmap. However, when a input file
                      is gcmap, output file will be only in gcmap.

-fo gcmap, --format-output gcmap
                       Input format: 'ccmap' or 'gcmap'.

                      When input file is ccmap, ouput file can be gcmap. However, when a input file
                      is gcmap, output file will be only in gcmap.

-t 0.0001, --tolerance 0.0001
                       Tolerance for matrix balancing.
                      Smaller tolreance increases accuracy in sums of rows and columns.

-vmax VMAX, --maximum-value VMAX
                       Minimum thershold value for normalization.
                      If contact frequency is less than or equal to this thershold value,
                      this value is discarded during normalization.

-vmin VMIN, --minimum-value VMIN
                       Maximum thershold value for normalization.
                      If contact frequency is greater than or equal to this thershold value,
                      this value is discarded during normalization.

-c 500, --iteration 500
                       Number of iteration to stop the normalization.

-ptnd 99, --percentile-thershold-no-data 99
                       It can be used to filter the map, where rows/columns with largest numbers
                      of missing data can be discarded. Its value should be between 1 and 100.
                      This options discard the rows and columns which are above this percentile.
                      For example: if this value is 99, those rows or columns will be discarded which
                      contains larger than number of zeros (missing data) at 99 percentile.

                      To calculate percentile, all blank rows are removed, then in all rows, number
                      of zeros are counted. Afterwards, number of zeros at input percentile is
                      obtained. In next step, if a row contain number of zeros larger than this
                      percentile value, the whole row and column is assigned to have missing data.
                      This percentile indicates highest numbers of zeros (missing data) in given
                      rows/columns.

-tdo 0.8, --thershold-data-occupancy 0.8
                       It can be used to filter the map, where rows/columns with largest numbers
                      of missing data can be discarded.This ratio is:
                        (number of bins with data) / (total number of bins in the given row/column)

                      For example: if -tdo = 0.8, then all rows containing more than 20% of
                      missing data will be discarded.

-cmeth lzf, --compression-method lzf
                      Data compression method for output gcmap file.
-wd /home/rajendra/deskForWork/scratch, --work-dir /home/rajendra/deskForWork/scratch
                      Directory where temporary files will be stored.