diCal is a scalable demographic inference method based on the sequentially Markov conditional sampling distribution framework.
diCal-IBD can be used for predicting identical by descent (IBD) tracts in sequence data. It provides means for calculating the accuracy of the prediction, if the true tracts are available, plotting of the predicted tracts, their TMRCA (time to the most recent common ancestor) and corresponding posterior probabilities, and identification of putative recent positive selection through investigation of average IBD sharing
KGGSeq (Genomic and Genetic studies using Sequence data) is a software platform constituted of Bioinformatics and statistical genetics functions making use of valuable biologic resources and knowledge for sequencing-based genetic mapping of variants/genes responsible for human diseases/traits. Simply, KGGSeq is like a fishing rod facilitating geneticists to fish the genetic determinants of human diseases/traits in the big sea of DNA sequences. Compared with other genetic tools like plink/seq, KGGSeq paid more attention downstream analysis of genetic mapping. Currently, a comprehensive and efficient framework was newly implemented on KGGSeq to filter and prioritize genetic variants from whole exome sequencing data.
PRINSEQ (PReprocessing and INformation of SEQuence data.) is a tool that generates summary statistics of sequence and quality data and that is used to filter, reformat and trim next-generation sequence data. It is particular designed for 454/Roche data, but can also be used for other types of sequence data. PRINSEQ is available through a user-friendly web interface or as standalone version. The standalone version is primarily designed for data preprocessing and does not generate summary statistics in graphical form.
scan-x is a software tool designed to find motifs within any sequence data set. The first large scale scan was performed using all available human, mouse, fly and yeast phosphorylation and acetylation data to perform a scan for undiscovered modification sites.
ASAP (Advanced Sequence Automated Pipeline)is an open source pipeline designed to assist users in managing various jobs associated with processing HiSeq data on a cluster or in serial. . The software was designed to alleviate these issues by providing a modular system to allow users with different needs to process their data with a minimal amount of effort. In addition to minimizing human involvement, ASAP is designed to work on the researcher’s local computer cluster, if one is available
verifyBamID is a software that verifies whether the reads in particular file match previously known genotypes for an individual (or group of individuals), and checks whether the reads are contaminated as a mixture of two samples
Gbench (NCBI Genome Workbench) is an integrated application for viewing and analyzing sequence data. With Genome Workbench, you can view data in publically available sequence databases at NCBI, and mix this data with your own private data.Genome Workbench can display sequence data in many ways, including graphical sequence views, various alignment views, phylogenetic tree views, and tabular views of data. It can also align your private data to data in public databases, display your data in the context of public data, and retrieve BLAST results.