Examples of running ESPERR to produce Regulatory Potential scores.

The Makefile in this directory contains a rule to build a Python
virtualenv that contains all of the bx-python and esperr code
needed. Just running "make esperr-virtualenv" should get 
everything set. 

Subdirectories contain rules for producing scores from specific
multiple alignments.

Alignments need to be downloaded separately and indexed with

If you want scores in BigWig format you will also need to have
installed UCSC's wigToBigWig and twoBitInfo (or provide the
sizes file in some other way).