MUMMIE 0.1 / microMUMMIE
MUMMIE (MUltivariate Markov Modeling Inference Engine) is a modeling tool designed for advanced sequence analysis in the post-genomic era. In addition to traditional HMM modeling of nucleic or amino acid sequences, it can utilize any number of additional “parallel tracks” containing continuous or discrete data—for example, epigentic marks, next-gen sequencing read coverage, conservation scores, thermodynamic scores, etc.—anything you can view in the UCSC browser can in principle be used in MUMMIE.
MicroMUMMIE is a specific model, implemented within the MUMMIE framework, for predicting micro-RNA binding sites using PAR-CLIP data. Thus, while MUMMIE can be used for many different bioinformatic modeling tasks, microMUMMIE is a specific model for a specific task. This page explains how to install microMUMMIE and use it.
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