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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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MUGQIC Pipelines

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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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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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.
Learn More >>

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.
Learn More >>

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.
Learn More >>

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 >>