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workflow graph RNA-Seq pipeline single-read strand specific

Note: should be updated The original [BioWardrobe's](https://biowardrobe.com) [PubMed ID:26248465](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26248465) **RNA-Seq** basic analysis for **strand specific single-read** experiment. A corresponded input [FASTQ](http://maq.sourceforge.net/fastq.shtml) file has to be provided. Current workflow should be used only with the single-read RNA-Seq data. It performs the following steps: 1. Use STAR to align reads from input FASTQ file according to the predefined reference indices; generate unsorted BAM file and alignment statistics file 2. Use fastx_quality_stats to analyze input FASTQ file and generate quality statistics file 3. Use samtools sort to generate coordinate sorted BAM(+BAI) file pair from the unsorted BAM file obtained on the step 1 (after running STAR) 5. Generate BigWig file on the base of sorted BAM file 6. Map input FASTQ file to predefined rRNA reference indices using Bowtie to define the level of rRNA contamination; export resulted statistics to file 7. Calculate isoform expression level for the sorted BAM file and GTF/TAB annotation file using GEEP reads-counting utility; export results to file


Path: workflows/rnaseq-se-dutp.cwl

Branch/Commit ID: ebbf23764ede324cabc064bd50647c1f643726fa

workflow graph cnv_exomedepth

CNV ExomeDepth calling


Path: structuralvariants/cwl/subworkflows/cnv_exome_depth.cwl

Branch/Commit ID: a4a3547b9790e99a58424a0dfcb4e467a7691d6a

workflow graph Compute library complexity

This workflow compute library complexity


Path: workflows/File-formats/bedtools-bam-pbc.cwl

Branch/Commit ID: 433720e6ba8c2d85b15de3ffb9ce1236f08978a4

workflow graph bam-bedgraph-bigwig.cwl

Workflow converts input BAM file into bigWig and bedGraph files. Input BAM file should be sorted by coordinates (required by `bam_to_bedgraph` step). If `split` input is not provided use true by default. Default logic is implemented in `valueFrom` field of `split` input inside `bam_to_bedgraph` step to avoid possible bug in cwltool with setting default values for workflow inputs. `scale` has higher priority over the `mapped_reads_number`. The last one is used to calculate `-scale` parameter for `bedtools genomecov` (step `bam_to_bedgraph`) only in a case when input `scale` is not provided. All logic is implemented inside `bedtools-genomecov.cwl`. `bigwig_filename` defines the output name only for generated bigWig file. `bedgraph_filename` defines the output name for generated bedGraph file and can influence on generated bigWig filename in case when `bigwig_filename` is not provided. All workflow inputs and outputs don't have `format` field to avoid format incompatibility errors when workflow is used as subworkflow.


Path: tools/bam-bedgraph-bigwig.cwl

Branch/Commit ID: ebbf23764ede324cabc064bd50647c1f643726fa

workflow graph scatter-wf4.cwl#main


Path: cwltool/schemas/v1.0/v1.0/scatter-wf4.cwl

Branch/Commit ID: 03af16c9df2ee77485d4ab092cd64ae096d2e71c

Packed ID: main

workflow graph dna.cwl#main


Path: workflows/make-to-cwl/dna.cwl

Branch/Commit ID: 767d700e602805112a4c953d166e570cddfa2605

Packed ID: main

workflow graph Cut-n-Run pipeline paired-end

Experimental pipeline for Cut-n-Run analysis. Uses mapping results from the following experiment types: - `chipseq-pe.cwl` - `trim-chipseq-pe.cwl` - `trim-atacseq-pe.cwl` Note, the upstream analyses should not have duplicates removed


Path: workflows/trim-chipseq-pe-cut-n-run.cwl

Branch/Commit ID: 7518b100d8cbc80c8be32e9e939dfbb27d6b4361

workflow graph tRNA_selection.cwl


Path: tools/tRNA_selection.cwl

Branch/Commit ID: 9c57dba558a4e04a1884eae1df8431dcaccafc1e

workflow graph Trim Galore ChIP-Seq pipeline paired-end

The original [BioWardrobe's](https://biowardrobe.com) [PubMed ID:26248465](https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26248465) **ChIP-Seq** basic analysis workflow for a **paired-end** experiment with Trim Galore. _Trim Galore_ is a wrapper around [Cutadapt](https://github.com/marcelm/cutadapt) and [FastQC](http://www.bioinformatics.babraham.ac.uk/projects/fastqc/) to consistently apply adapter and quality trimming to FastQ files, with extra functionality for RRBS data. A [FASTQ](http://maq.sourceforge.net/fastq.shtml) input file has to be provided. In outputs it returns coordinate sorted BAM file alongside with index BAI file, quality statistics for both the input FASTQ files, reads coverage in a form of BigWig file, peaks calling data in a form of narrowPeak or broadPeak files, islands with the assigned nearest genes and region type, data for average tag density plot (on the base of BAM file). Workflow starts with running fastx_quality_stats (steps fastx_quality_stats_upstream and fastx_quality_stats_downstream) from FASTX-Toolkit to calculate quality statistics for both upstream and downstream input FASTQ files. At the same time Bowtie is used to align reads from input FASTQ files to reference genome (Step bowtie_aligner). The output of this step is unsorted SAM file which is being sorted and indexed by samtools sort and samtools index (Step samtools_sort_index). Depending on workflow’s input parameters indexed and sorted BAM file could be processed by samtools rmdup (Step samtools_rmdup) to remove all possible read duplicates. In a case when removing duplicates is not necessary the step returns original input BAM and BAI files without any processing. If the duplicates were removed the following step (Step samtools_sort_index_after_rmdup) reruns samtools sort and samtools index with BAM and BAI files, if not - the step returns original unchanged input files. Right after that macs2 callpeak performs peak calling (Step macs2_callpeak). On the base of returned outputs the next step (Step macs2_island_count) calculates the number of islands and estimated fragment size. If the last one is less that 80 (hardcoded in a workflow) macs2 callpeak is rerun again with forced fixed fragment size value (Step macs2_callpeak_forced). If at the very beginning it was set in workflow input parameters to force run peak calling with fixed fragment size, this step is skipped and the original peak calling results are saved. In the next step workflow again calculates the number of islands and estimated fragment size (Step macs2_island_count_forced) for the data obtained from macs2_callpeak_forced step. If the last one was skipped the results from macs2_island_count_forced step are equal to the ones obtained from macs2_island_count step. Next step (Step macs2_stat) is used to define which of the islands and estimated fragment size should be used in workflow output: either from macs2_island_count step or from macs2_island_count_forced step. If input trigger of this step is set to True it means that macs2_callpeak_forced step was run and it returned different from macs2_callpeak step results, so macs2_stat step should return [fragments_new, fragments_old, islands_new], if trigger is False the step returns [fragments_old, fragments_old, islands_old], where sufix \"old\" defines results obtained from macs2_island_count step and sufix \"new\" - from macs2_island_count_forced step. The following two steps (Step bamtools_stats and bam_to_bigwig) are used to calculate coverage on the base of input BAM file and save it in BigWig format. For that purpose bamtools stats returns the number of mapped reads number which is then used as scaling factor by bedtools genomecov when it performs coverage calculation and saves it in BED format. The last one is then being sorted and converted to BigWig format by bedGraphToBigWig tool from UCSC utilities. Step get_stat is used to return a text file with statistics in a form of [TOTAL, ALIGNED, SUPRESSED, USED] reads count. Step island_intersect assigns genes and regions to the islands obtained from macs2_callpeak_forced. Step average_tag_density is used to calculate data for average tag density plot on the base of BAM file.


Path: workflows/trim-chipseq-pe.cwl

Branch/Commit ID: 5e7385b8cfa4ddae822fff37b6bd22eb0370b389

workflow graph MAnorm SE - quantitative comparison of ChIP-Seq single-read data

What is MAnorm? -------------- MAnorm is a robust model for quantitative comparison of ChIP-Seq data sets of TFs (transcription factors) or epigenetic modifications and you can use it for: * Normalization of two ChIP-seq samples * Quantitative comparison (differential analysis) of two ChIP-seq samples * Evaluating the overlap enrichment of the protein binding sites(peaks) * Elucidating underlying mechanisms of cell-type specific gene regulation How MAnorm works? ---------------- MAnorm uses common peaks of two samples as a reference to build the rescaling model for normalization, which is based on the empirical assumption that if a chromatin-associated protein has a substantial number of peaks shared in two conditions, the binding at these common regions will tend to be determined by similar mechanisms, and thus should exhibit similar global binding intensities across samples. The observed differences on common peaks are presumed to reflect the scaling relationship of ChIP-Seq signals between two samples, which can be applied to all peaks. What do the inputs mean? ---------------- ### General **Experiment short name/Alias** * short name for you experiment to identify among the others **ChIP-Seq SE sample 1** * previously analyzed ChIP-Seq single-read experiment to be used as Sample 1 **ChIP-Seq SE sample 2** * previously analyzed ChIP-Seq single-read experiment to be used as Sample 2 **Genome** * Reference genome to be used for gene assigning ### Advanced **Reads shift size for sample 1** * This value is used to shift reads towards 3' direction to determine the precise binding site. Set as half of the fragment length. Default 100 **Reads shift size for sample 2** * This value is used to shift reads towards 5' direction to determine the precise binding site. Set as half of the fragment length. Default 100 **M-value (log2-ratio) cutoff** * Absolute M-value (log2-ratio) cutoff to define biased (differential binding) peaks. Default: 1.0 **P-value cutoff** * P-value cutoff to define biased peaks. Default: 0.01 **Window size** * Window size to count reads and calculate read densities. 2000 is recommended for sharp histone marks like H3K4me3 and H3K27ac, and 1000 for TFs or DNase-seq. Default: 2000


Path: workflows/manorm-se.cwl

Branch/Commit ID: 9bf0aa495735f8081bb5870cb32fc898b9e6eb22