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Project Description

The Northern Arizona SNP Pipeline (NASP)

OVERVIEW:

NASP is a pipeline for analysis of genomic data. It is a suite of tools meant to collect and report on statistically-relevant high-confidence positions in a collection of genomes, with emphasis on variant positions, especially single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). NASP expects some combination of files in FASTA, FASTQ, SAM, BAM, and VCF format as input, and will produce output files also in those formats. As NASP is a pipeline, it expects to link a set of external tools (usually installed separately) to complete specific analysis tasks.

USAGE:

Usage depends upon the installation method used on your system, and the user interface you select. For standard installations with the command-line interface, you would collect (or symbolically link) all of your input files into a folder, and then invoke the command-line interface from that folder. Expected usage for the command-line interface is:

nasp.py [output_folder]

You will then be prompted to answer a few questions about your analysis.

Optionally, if you are re-running a previous analysis with the same (or similar) options, you can pass in an xml-based configuration file (this is written out to your output_folder after running the command-line interface) using the format:

nasp.py –config

INSTALLATION:

See the main page for documentation (http://tgennorth.github.io/NASP/).

DEPENDENCIES:

For information about external tools that are required, or can be utilized, and those versions that have been tested to work with NASP, refer to the main NASP page (http://tgennorth.github.io/NASP/)

LICENSE:

Copyright © The Translational Genomics Research Institute See the included “LICENSE” document.

CONTACT:

TGen North
3051 W Shamrell Blvd Ste 106
Flagstaff, AZ 86001-9435
Darrin Lemmer
+1-928-226-6374

History

1.0.0 (2014-06-05)

  • First release on PyPI.

0.9.6 (2014-06-05)

  • First release on PyPI.
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