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20 is usually much too high of a level for quality-filtering, and I think quality-trimming is a better operation anyway, in most cases. Hey, I want to ask if the Q-score is referred to quality filtering or trimming.Also, if I want to do trimming using BBDuk, what will be the script look like? Thanks That will trim the left and right ends of each read to Q12 (the remaining portion of the read will have average quality scores of at least 12).

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The idea of the installation on the Lisa cluster is that you compile your Matlab script first to a binary, which can be run from a batch job.WARNING: An example input line is WARNING: ANNOVAR can still annotate exonic_variant_function for the mutation correctly! L310V, chr1 907730 907730 C G het 6.98 8 47 SUMMARIZE_ANNOVAR is a script within the ANNOVAR package that is very popular among users.WARNING: you may have used wrong -buildver, or did not specify the correct reference allele! Given a list of variants from whole-exome or whole-genome sequencing, it will generate an Excel-compatible file with gene annotation, amino acid change annotation, SIFT scores, Poly Phen scores, LRT scores, Mutation Taster scores, Phylo P conservation scores, GERP conservation scores, db SNP identifiers, 1000 Genomes Project allele frequencies, NHLBI-ESP 5400 exome project allele frequencies and other information.Truncates and / or pads sequences in a FASTA or FASTQ.If the -trunclen n option is specified, sequences are truncated at length n. If the -padlen option is specified, padding occurs before truncating.Please copy and paste the following command line 19789 0 in total (QC-passed reads QC-failed reads) 0 0 duplicates 19718 0 mapped (99.64%:-nan%) 0 0 paired in sequencing 0 0 read1 0 0 read2 0 0 properly paired (-nan%:-nan%) 0 0 with itself and mate mapped 0 0 singletons (-nan%:-nan%) 0 0 with mate mapped to a different chr 0 0 with mate mapped to a different chr (map Q In a modern desktop computer (3GHz Intel Xeon CPU, 8Gb memory), for 4.7 million variants, ANNOVAR requires ~4 minutes to perform gene-based functional annotation (can handle hundreds of human genomes in a day).

[email protected]:~/annovar$ ./convert2~/estudis/ngs/2011-08-SG/GA_Illumina.-format vcf4 | head NOTICE: for SNPs, column 6 and beyond MAY BE heterozygosity status, quality score, read depth, RMS mapping quality, quality by depth, if these information can be recognized automatically NOTICE: for indels, column 6 and beyond MAY BE heterozygosity status, quality score, read depth, read count supporting indel call, RMS mapping quality, if these information can be recognized automatically chr1 69511 69511 A G hom 9.51 38 9 chr1 751069 751069 T A het 4.77 1 60 chr1 754182 754182 A G hom 40.8 2 39 chr1 754334 754334 T C het 4.77 1 44 chr1 756380 756380 T A hom 23 1 60 chr1 756405 756405 A C het 4.77 3 51 chr1 756408 756408 A C het 4.77 3 51 chr1 761752 761752 C T hom 12.3 29 25 chr1 762632 762632 T A hom 53 44 15 chr1 801872 801872 T G het 4.77 1 60 ~/estudis/ngs/2011-08-SG/GA_Illumina.sequence.vcf.annotvar NOTICE: Detected that the VCF4 file is generated by GATK Unified Genotyper NOTICE: column 6-10 represent heterozygosity status, quality score, read depth, RMS mapping quality, quality by depth NOTICE: Read 424160 lines and wrote 424042 different variants at 424042 genomic positions (424042 SNPs and 0 indels) NOTICE: Among 424042 different variants at 424042 positions, 224761 are heterozygotes, 199281 are homozygotes NOTICE: Among 424042 SNPs, 219135 are transitions, 204907 are [email protected]:~/annovar$ perl annotate_-geneanno --buildver hg19 ~/estudis/ngs/2011-08-SG/GA_Illumina.annotvar humandb/ NOTICE: Reading gene annotation from humandb/hg19_ref ...

There's a whole big list of options here in the Ansible docs.

However, I got this error message "Invalid quality score value (char '.' ord 46 quality value -18) on line 4".

I suggest you use a more modern program such as BBDuk for doing quality-score trimming or filtering; it's faster, will do a better job, and will not break the pairing order of your reads, which Fast X will.

To do that operation, with input fles named read1and read2.fq, you would type: Not that I would recommend doing that, by the way.

Done with 38580 transcripts (including 6088 without coding sequence annotation) for 23248 unique genes NOTICE: Reading FASTA sequences from humandb/hg19_ref Gene ...