Use docopt to write command line R utilities

I was writing an R script to plot the ATACseq fragment length distribution and wanted to turn the R script to a command line utility. I then (re)discovered this awesome docopt.R. One just needs to write the help message the you want to display and docopt() will parse the options, arguments and return a named list which can be accessed inside the R script. check http://docopt.org/ for more information as well.

Evaluating single cell RNAseq cluster stability

An R package for evaluating and visualizing scRNAseq cluster stability

Three gotchas when using R for Genomic data analysis

During my daily work with R for genomic data analysis, I encountered several instances that R gives me some (bad) surprises. 1. The devil 1 and 0 coordinate system read detail here https://github.com/crazyhottommy/DNA-seq-analysis#tips-and-lessons-learned-during-my-dna-seq-data-analysis-journey some files such as bed file is 0 based. Two genomic regions: chr1 0 1000 chr1 1001 2000 when you import that bed file into R using rtracklayer::import(), it will become chr1 1 1000 chr1 1002 2000 The function convert it to 1 based internally (R is 1 based unlike python).