MADAP is a flexible clustering tool for the interpretation of one-dimensional genome annotation data mapped onto complete or partial genome sequences. Such data might consist in counts, probabilities, or intensities and be obtained from cDNA and tag sequencing protocols to map the 5′ and 3’ends of mRNA, from ChIP-chip analysis, or from genome-wide SNP-typing used in genotype-phenotype association studies. MADAP identifies groups of data corresponding to one or several genomic sites, and estimates the volume and extension of such groups (clusters).
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Schmid CD, Sengstag T, Bucher P and Delorenzi M. (2007)
MADAP, a flexible clustering tool for the interpretation of one-dimensional genome annotation data.
Nucleic Acids Res, 35, W201-205.