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Bioinformatic Tools

Along with its data analysis services, C3G has developed various user-oriented tools and software solutions available for the genomics community. C3G also maintains an up-to-date set of bioinformatic tools (80) and genomic resources (18). These resources are available through our partnership with Compute Canada in 4 different HPC centres.

Bam and Variant Analysis Tools kit provides a list of usefull functions designated to facilate the analysis and interpretation of next-generation sequencing data.

Genpipes

Bam and Variant Analysis Tools kit provides a list of usefull functions designated to facilate the analysis and interpretation of next-generation sequencing data.

Python tool creating a list of jobs that run Bash commands to analyze NGS data. Supports dependencies between jobs and offers a smart restart mechanism in case of jobs failure. Several mainstream pipelines are implemented.

PeakSeg is a constrained maximum Poisson likelihood segmentation model for analyzing ChIP-seq data.

Supervised segmentation for jointly finding peaks in several ChIP-seq samples.

PhenomeCentral is a repository for clinicians and scientists working in the rare disorder community. PhenomeCentral encourages global scientific collaboration while respecting the privacy of patients profiled in this centralized database.

PopSV is a Copy-Number Variation (CNV) detection method from high-throughput sequencing. Abnormal Read-Depth signal is detected by using a population of samples as reference.

The Savant Genome Browser is a desktop visualization tool for genomic data. It was primarily developed for visualizing high throughput (aka next generation) sequencing data, although it can be used to visualize virtually any genome-based sequence, point, interval, or continuous dataset.

SCoNEs is a R tools dedicated to estimate the Copy Number Variation in whole genome sequencing paired cancer data using a read depth approach.

SilVA (Latin for “forest”) is a tool for the automated harmfulness prediction of synonymous (silent) mutations within the human genome. SilVA bases its predictions on a number of features, including CpG, codon usage, splice sites, splicing enhancers and suppressors, and mRNA folding free energy.

Python tool creating a list of jobs that run Bash commands to analyze NGS data. Supports dependencies between jobs and offers a smart restart mechanism in case of jobs failure. Several mainstream pipelines are implemented.

Bioinformatic Tools

Along with its data analysis services, C3G has developed various user-oriented tools and software solutions available for the genomics community. C3G also maintains an up-to-date set of bioinformatic tools (80) and genomic resources (18). These resources are available through our partnership with Compute Canada in 4 different HPC centres.

GenPipes

Python tool creating a list of jobs that run Bash commands to analyze NGS data. Supports dependencies between jobs and offers a smart restart mechanism in case of jobs failure. Several mainstream pipelines are implemented.
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Phenome Central

PhenomeCentral is a repository for clinicians and scientists working in the rare disorder community. PhenomeCentral encourages global scientific collaboration while respecting the privacy of patients profiled in this centralized database.
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Phenotips

PhenoTips is a software tool providing an easy-to-use Web interface and standardized database back-end for collecting clinical symptoms and physical findings observed in patients with genetic disorders. PhenoTips uses the Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO) to express clinical phenotypes, and provides a friendly interface with error-tolerant, predictive search of phenotypic descriptions.
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PopSV

PopSV is a Copy-Number Variation (CNV) detection method from high-throughput sequencing. Abnormal Read-Depth signal is detected by using a population of samples as reference.
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BVATools

Bam and Variant Analysis Tools kit provides a list of usefull functions designated to facilate the analysis and interpretation of next-generation sequencing data.
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PeakSeg

PeakSeg is a constrained maximum Poisson likelihood segmentation model for analyzing ChIP-seq data.
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PeakSegJoint

Supervised segmentation for jointly finding peaks in several ChIP-seq samples.
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Savant

The Savant Genome Browser is a desktop visualization tool for genomic data. It was primarily developed for visualizing high throughput (aka next generation) sequencing data, although it can be used to visualize virtually any genome-based sequence, point, interval, or continuous dataset.
Learn More >>

SCoNEs

SCoNEs is a R tools dedicated to estimate the Copy Number Variation in whole genome sequencing paired cancer data using a read depth approach.
Learn More >>

SilVA

SilVA (Latin for “forest”) is a tool for the automated harmfulness prediction of synonymous (silent) mutations within the human genome. SilVA bases its predictions on a number of features, including CpG, codon usage, splice sites, splicing enhancers and suppressors, and mRNA folding free energy.
Learn More >>