TronFlow is an open source collection of computational workflows originally conceived for tumor-normal somatic variant calling over whole exome data and the manipulation of BAM and VCF files with the aim of having comparable and analysis-ready data. Over time, we have extended it to germline variant calling, copy numbers and other related technologies and analyses.
Its modular architecture covers different analytical and methodological use cases that allow analysing FASTQ files into analysis-ready ...
Maintainers: Pablo Riesgo Ferreiro
Number of items: 2
Tags: Alignment, Annotation, Nextflow, variant calling, VCF, Mutect2, HaplotyeCaller, Strelka2
Germline-ShortV @ NCI-Gadi is an implementation of the BROAD Institute's best practice workflow for germline short variant discovery. This implementation is optimised for the National Compute Infrastucture's Gadi HPC, utilising scatter-gather parallelism to enable use of multiple nodes with high CPU or memory efficiency. This workflow requires sample BAM files, which can be generated using the Fastq-to-bam @ NCI-Gadi pipeline. Germline-ShortV can be applied ...
Type: Shell Script
Creators: Rosemarie Sadsad, Georgina Samaha, Tracy Chew, Cali Willet
Submitter: Tracy Chew