Hi, I'm interested about your opinion on how often and when do you use, or don't use the visualization of individual reads from NGS. Or whether you most of the time just view the "piled-up" depictions (sometimes called "coverage") of the data.
Would it suffice, to you, to have only the "piled-up" representation for experiments such RNAseq, Chip-seq, xxx-Seq type of experiment?
I'm not talking about the consensus sequence.
As in the following example, I'm interested, how often you find more helpful to look in the "hills" (row under the blue annotation), or the gray "lines" reads with mismatches highlighted in color.
Example from here (https://igv.org/web/release/2.10.5/examples/cram-vcf.html)