Hi, I see these two terms interchangeably and then I see them next to each other. Can someone clarify the difference between the two? Thanks!
Check this answer by @kevin Genotyping, genotype calling or SNP calling?
another absolute gem from Kevin
my guess would be variant calling =~ probing for existence of alleles and genotyping ~= finding which alleles (allelic pair in diploids) exist in an individual.
Thanks guys, this is very helpful.
I would tend to use genotyping for arrays (probably for germline variants), and variant calling for high-throughput sequencing (for either germline or somatic variants)
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