Tag Archives: SVS

Wondering what SVS can do for a PhD student? Just ask Sander.

Sander van der Laan is like many Ph.D. students in the genomic analysis space. He has a lot of data and a lot of ideas about how to analyze it. His professor wants results. He’s the only one doing genetics (everyone else in his department is doing proteomics), so there’s always too much to do. And he finds command-line tools… Read more »

CNV Analysis Tips for Illumina Data

      Golden Helix    November 24, 2010    1 Comment on CNV Analysis Tips for Illumina Data

Please see our updated tutorials for CNV Analysis by visiting: http://goldenhelix.com/resources/SNP_Variation/tutorials/index.html The following statement is representative of a common question that is posed to the Golden Helix support team: “I followed all of the steps in the SVS7 CNV analysis tutorial, but my results seem kinda funny. The segment means are skewed to the left and it doesn’t look like… Read more »