Category Archives: How to’s and advanced workflows

New Tutorial: VSWarehouse

      Steven Hystad    April 27, 2017    No Comments on New Tutorial: VSWarehouse
VSWarehouse Tutorial

The new VSWarehouse Tutorial covers the basic VSWarehouse workflow.This tutorial focuses on connecting to a VSWarehouse instance from VarSeq, adding an existing VSWarehouse project as an annotation source and using reports and assessment catalogs hosted on VSWarehouse. This workflow requires an active VarSeq license with the VSWarehouse feature included. You can go to Discover VarSeq or email info@goldenhelix.com to request an… Read more »

New Tutorial: VarSeq CNV Caller

VSWarehouse Tutorial

The new VarSeq CNV Caller Tutorial covers the basics of the VarSeq CNV calling algorithm, with an emphasis on visualization and interpretation of results. This workflow requires an active VarSeq license with the CNV Caller on Target Regions feature included. You can go to Discover VarSeq or email info@goldenhelix.com to request an evaluation license with the CNV functionality included. The… Read more »

Adding RSIDs to your SVS marker mapped spreadsheet

SVS platform

In the new Genotype Imputation tool that is coming soon to SVS, allele encoding is an important part of matching data between the target and the reference panels. If the same platform provider is being used, then A/B encoding can be used. However, it’s better to use the Reference/Alternate allele encoding associated with AGCT format to ensure accuracy. If an… Read more »

Utilizing VSReports in Your Clinical Workflow

Clinical labs need to be able to process samples down to a short list of variants and publish a professional report. VSReports helps scientists and clinicians alike create timely, actionable reports that can improve clinical decision making and streamline patient care by seamlessly incorporating the results of tertiary analysis into a customizable clinical report. To include the VSReports functionality in… Read more »

Using Assessment Catalogs in your VarSeq workflow

Variant Assessment Cataloug

Variant interpretation is an integral part of any workflow that results in some decisions being made about the validity and suspected functional impact of a variant in a given sample and their presenting phenotypes. The VarSeq Assessment Catalog functionality is designed to assist the VarSeq user in streamlining this process. To include this functionality in your workflow, you will first… Read more »