Question: what mean samples are phased
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13 days ago by
sami20
sami20 wrote:

I would like to know what mean samples are phased in bcftools? Bcftools:

-p/P, --phased/--exclude-phased select/exclude sites where all samples are phased

Thank you

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 13 days ago by RamRS28k • written 13 days ago by sami20
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13 days ago by
RamRS28k
Houston, TX
RamRS28k wrote:

You should search online for a more robust definition, but phasing samples refers to determining which allele comes from the mother and which comes from the father. Unphased genotypes are usually notated in the format x/y, where x and y are the two genotypes (like 0/1 or 0/0 or 1/1). Phased genotypes use the | symbol: x|y or y|x (example: 0|0, 1|1, 0|1), depending on which parent each allele comes from. IIRC, Phasing always puts maternal allele in the front followed by the paternal allele : mat_allele|pat_allele.

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