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Where can i find already analyzed ChIP-Seq Data? Is there any database or any web tool that takes ChIP-seq raw data and automatically analyzes them? Or is there any database that provides some API to analyze the raw data it provides. I am new to ChIP-seq data analysis and i really need these to create a web-based platform for mapping ChIP-seq data. Thanks in advance. I found some interesting data in genome.edu. Is there another database?

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  • $\begingroup$ do you mean UCSC genome browser by genome.edu? It actually incorporates data from the ENCODE ChIP-seq experiments. $\endgroup$
    – WYSIWYG
    Nov 6 '15 at 5:45
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The largest database of curated ChIP-seq data is currently Encode and it supports an API. You can use JSON to get at all tracks.

That page will have a link to Getting Started that should get you going. You can visualize raw data, normalized data, and processed data tracks in genome browsers that load in ENCODE data. My favorite genome browser is:

WashU Epigenome browser

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