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# cogent.util.misc.get_merged_by_value_coords

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```from cogent.util.misc import get_merged_by_value_coords

__author__ = "Gavin Huttley"
__credits__ = ["Gavin Huttley"]
```
```
if curr_chrom != chrom:
data = get_merged_by_value_coords(data, digits=digits)
bedgraph_data += [make_data_row([curr_chrom, s, e, v])
for s, e, v in data]
```
```
if data != []:
data = get_merged_by_value_coords(data, digits=digits)
bedgraph_data += [make_data_row([curr_chrom, s, e, v])
for s, e, v in data]
```

```from cogent.util.misc import get_merged_by_value_coords

__author__ = "Gavin Huttley"
__credits__ = ["Gavin Huttley"]
```
```
if curr_chrom != chrom:
data = get_merged_by_value_coords(data, digits=digits)
bedgraph_data += [make_data_row([curr_chrom, s, e, v])
for s, e, v in data]
```
```
if data != []:
data = get_merged_by_value_coords(data, digits=digits)
bedgraph_data += [make_data_row([curr_chrom, s, e, v])
for s, e, v in data]
```

```from cogent.app.util import get_tmp_filename
from cogent.util.unit_test import TestCase, main
from cogent.util.misc import (iterable, max_index, min_index,
flatten, is_iterable, is_char, is_char_or_noniterable,
is_str_or_noniterable, not_list_tuple, list_flatten,
```

```from cogent.app.util import get_tmp_filename