Category Archives: Add-on scripts & data repository

New Tools to Simplify the Workflow for Identifying Candidate Functional Polymorphisms in SVS

Dr. Ken Kaufman’s extremely popular webinar inspired us to build new tools that would simplify the process of analyzing whole-exome DNA sequencing data even further.  First I’ll describe the tools showcased in the webcast.  Then I’ll detail the new tools we created to allow for a revised and simplified workflow. Subset Informative Genotypes by Category The Subset Informative Genotypes by… Read more »

New Analysis and Spreadsheet Manipulation Tools in SVS!

The script development team at Golden Helix has been hard at work these past few months and this means several new and exciting tools for our SVS customers!  The scripts featured in this blog post vary in function, from expanding the analytical options currently offered in SVS to transforming and editing spreadsheets.  As always, we invite you to visit our… Read more »

New Features in SVS: Accounting for Sex Chromosomes and Filter Columns by Variant Type

In the last couple of weeks, the SVS Script Repository has seen a handful of new additions.  This blog post highlights three new scripts, but as always, we welcome you to check out our repository regularly to enjoy the new and exciting functionality made possible by our Python integration in SVS! (To get these, or any other scripts, simply go… Read more »

Marker Map Manipulation Improvements in SVS 7.5

Manipulating a marker map in SVS has never been easier, thanks to expanded functionality in SVS 7.5.  Have you ever wanted to view annotation data next to marker map data?  Or expand the current marker map with spreadsheet data to create a custom map?  SVS 7.5 features two new functions that can accomplish these tasks. Adding Annotation Data to a… Read more »

ANOVA, Nonparametric Tests, and More Added to SVS via New Python Capabilities

Our recent blog post about the release of  SNP & Variation Suite v7.4 gave you a sneak peek into what can be achieved with the revamped SVS/Python integration, which includes the incorporation of NumPy and SciPy libraries and new graphical layout capabilities. A Python package (such as SciPy) is similar to an R package, which you may be more familiar… Read more »