The short answer seems to be a no.
So I got Josh's recombination data where he gave Haemophilus influenzae 86-028NP donor DNA to KW20 and sequenced 10,000 pooled colonies that had undergone recombination.
I wanted to see if transcription affected recombination (ex. areas of high recombination tend to recombine less) so I made some plots that combined both sets of data:
Here I graphed the % donor alleles as the points. These points correspond to how much recombination is happening. I added some rectangles (genes) at the bottom to orient the graph. The black line corresponds to transcription. The line is the log of the coverage from KW20 at timepoint M0; This is straight from raw read counts. Note there is no axis for the values, but it is plotted on the same scale between graphs. I just wanted to see relative levels of transcription.
I made plots like these for the whole genome:
If interested, I uploaded all 182 plots and the R script I made for this in the Google Drive: