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  • #16
    Hi aer.

    As faras as I know, the chrom.sizes is a text-based file having chromosome names in the first column and it's size in the second. I used the chromInfo.txt file from UCSC Genome browser for the bed to BigBed Conversion, it can be downloaded here (hg19 version):


    I don't remember if you need to delete the third column before using it with the conversion tools...

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    • #17
      Hi ulz_peter,
      thank you very much! The BigBed conversion worked and the IGV tool was a very good advice. With IGV I can work with my BAM files and it works very well.
      Thanks again to all!

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      • #18
        IGV & Bigwig / bigbed

        Hi,

        I realize this is an old thread, but the latest IGV release (2.0.3) now supports reading bigwig and bigbed files directly, either local or remote.

        -- Jim

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        • #19
          Thank you very much for the advice!

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