What is a full list of the modern robust enough software and tools which are designed to process .vcf format files? Know VCF, GATK tools, VCFMiner, NextGene, Ugene, GenPro, DNAStar, CLC WB.
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no time to talk
I'm sorry, what?
Btw, how would this look if it turned out that one or some of the companies behind "NextGene, ..." abuse this site for guerrilla marketing by using a fake account? And possibly not the kind publicity they might have intended? Not a convincing argument for buying into a closed source software that costs several 1k$ for non-perpetual licenses (making you effectively loose access to your data if fees are not payed?), for something you can otherwise get as free open source with a published and citable algorithm?
That's what I was thinking of when I posted this: C: Aborted session in R using featureCounts in Rsubread
I don't think such guerrilla folks can get past all the mods here.
but you have time to ask ?
Softgenetics doesn't pay him for talking ;)
Using seqanswer and semanticmediawiki:
[[output_format::VCF]] [[Category:Bioinformatics application]] [[maintained::Yes]]
Here is a link with the query.
oppss, I used 'input' instead of 'output' but I'm sure you'll be able to fix this :-)