I would like to manually examine mutations on specific chromosomes in around 50 whole-genome sequencing (WGS) data samples. Each BAM file is larger than 10GB.
I'm wondering about the standard approach for visualising these mutations using the IGV. My concern is that downloading all the BAM files might lead to storage issues, as well as the wastage of time and resources. Considering I'm only interested in 2 to 3 chromosomes within each BAM file, is it reasonable to think that there might be a more efficient way to accomplish this?