Tag Archives: SVS

Looking forward to ASHG

      Andreas Scherer    October 2, 2014    1 Comment on Looking forward to ASHG

The 64th annual ASHG meeting is coming up in just a few short weeks in San Diego. This year’s event will be an exciting one for Golden Helix as we present VarSeq, with the first demonstration on Sunday at 11:30 am in booth 422. After the demonstration we will have some great VarSeq t-shirts to give away – you will not… Read more »

21 Things You (Probably) Don’t Know About Golden Helix

Our 2 SNPs is typically dedicated to informing our customers and the community on the latest in analysis methods, best practices, and the future of the industry. But for this blog post we thought it would be nice to give you the insider’s scoop on our company with a few things you probably didn’t know about us.

Top 3 Most Viewed Tutorials from Golden Helix

Tutorials are ever-present in the world today, and for good reason. Why struggle through a complicated process yourself, when there is already a guide established to assist? While no one would suggest that a tutorial is the only way to complete a project, it is certainly a nice starting point. This rings true with genetic software as well. There are… Read more »

Tips and Tricks for Quality Control Metrics

SVS offers options for performing many different QC functions on genomic data. This blog takes you through some of the most commonly applied filters for various analysis types. Filters for GWAS data vary depending on the type of association tests you are performing. A typical GWAS for a common variant usually requires filters to remove problematic or poorly called variants,… Read more »

Updates to ClinVar and dbSNPs: Fresh charts for Cromonaughts!

I’m sitting in the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum basking in the incredible product of human innovation and the hard work of countless engineers. My volunteer tour guide started us off at the Wright brother’s fliers and made a point of saying it was only 65 years from lift off at Kitty Hawk to the landing of a man on the moon…. Read more »