Tool: Draw (Dna Resequencing Analysis Workflow) And Sneakpeek A Web-Based Diagnostic Tool For Reviewing Quality Metrics For Draw
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7.9 years ago by
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Jeremy Leipzig19k wrote:

https://www.niagads.org/?q=content/drawsneakpeek

DRAW and SneakPeek are two computer programs that we use for analyzing whole-genome and whole-exome DNA-seq experiments. The documentation is still being developed, although the software is pretty robust for production. If you are interested in using this software and have questions or if you find any bugs, please send email to Otto Valladares.

DRAW stands for DNA Resequencing Analysis Workflow. DRAW automates the entire process of mapping sequence reads, various quality control steps and calling variants. We developed DRAW following Best Practice Variant Detection with the Genomic Analysis Toolkit. DRAW accepts both single-end and pair-end reads in FASTQ format from a variety of DNA-seq experiments including: Whole Genome Sequencing, Whole Exome Sequencing, and target capture sequencing.

SneakPeek is a web-based diagnostic tool for reviewing quality metrics generated by our DNA Resequencing Analysis Workflow (DRAW). We have developed a seamless interface which allows the user to access their assigned projects, generate charts, compare metrics, export data, all on the fly. SneakPeek also gives the user many viewing options when creating a data grid, from being able to select any number of flowcells in any order, to transposing the entire grid itself.

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