Hi, I've been asked to semi automate (as far as full automation of the process seems to be impossible) the ACMG annotations of WGS data for our clinicians.
What are the options here? I've checked several:
varsome (paid full access, closed code)
InterVar (seems nice, but works only with annovar, and I need to annotate ACMG terms on VEP output).
TAPES ( (recent paper, supposedly support VEP), but github page is dead and no response to the issues, crashes on exapmle files, so not an option.
Charger (investigating it right now - but the documentation is sparse :( ).
Am I missing something else here? Did anyone, by chance, had a luck to fit the VEP output to InterVar?
Hey man... I'm stuck on the same subject as you! Did you find something usefull?
Hi, eventually I decided for IntarVar (because of open source code + long git history) I re-write the code to make it cleaner for my pourpuses and used in combination with OpenCravat suit.
That sounds interesting.. But how are you managing with the background databases???? I could not find documentation to upgrade it... Any thoughts???
Which one? InterVar internal db (lists of lof genes etc?) are still the same I have in mind to update these in the future. For cravat you need several available annotators and several custome, which I assembled from open sources (like dbnsfp)
Hi @Eugene, I try to solve the same task - add ACMG rule to my output form VEP. Did you finally find some solution? IntarVar seems to be working to you? Thank you for any hint! Best Paul.
Hi, yes, but eventually I switched to other annotator (openCravat) from VEP
Hi Eugene! I am trying to do the same thing here. I was wondering if you could share how you managed to combine Intervar and OpenCravat. Thank you!
Hi, unfortunatly I cannot share the code, but basically you need to re-write intervar almost cmpletely for that. You need it to accept annotation from oc.