In case you missed our live event yesterday, I wanted to share the Q&A session and a link to the webcast recording: An Exploration of Clinical Workflows in VarSeq.
Question:You mentioned saving projects as templates, will it save GenomeBrowse plots in the project template or do you have to replot the data when opening the software?
Answer: Yes, if you save your project as a template it will automatically pull in the GenomeBrowse information. Whether you are plotting the CNV or coverage information from an algorithm, if you save these projects as template then all those plots will be saved.
Question: Can you provide these project templates on your website?
Answer: We have our trio template available. We’ve also made some of these templates from previous webcasts available on our website. We can certainly provide you some instruction on how to set this up if you are interested in learning more.
Question: How would we deal with a known actionable variant falling below the set read depth…is there a way to go back and look at that?
Answer: Yes, if there is a known actionable variant below read depth value you can certainly look at that, your read depth should be recorded in your VSF file and you can flag it.
Question: Can reports be used as an annotation track?
Answer: With Warehouse they absolutely can!
If you have any questions of your own after watching the webcast, please feel free to send them to firstname.lastname@example.org!