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Enhancers are important regulatory regions located throughout the genome, primarily in non-coding regions. Several experimental methods have been developed over the last several years to identify their location, but the search space is large and the overlap between the putative enhancer identified using these methods tends to be very small. Computational methods for enhancer prediction often use one large set of experimentally identified enhancer regions as input, and therefore rely criticallydoi:10.7287/peerj.preprints.2407 fatcat:y3dha3pdfnc67jconpks5g4k44