So this is kind of just a curious question. I was wondering what software and methodology is out there and if it's possible to take a reference genome of say hg38 for instance (from UCSC ?) And first ... give me a database or file of all the alternatively spliced exons (isoforms) ... and then differentiate whether an exon isoform is constitutive or alternative.
I'm aware the question is rather vague, but it's really just a thought and I don't have any real questions behind this. Just wondering if it's more of a "gotta create your own custom script" or if there's some tools out there to do this and is thereby possible for someone with little programming knowledge.