Extremely Fast and Highly Accurate Genotype Imputation
This app can accurately impute millions of genetic variants. The app uses genotype data from a very large reference panel to infer (i.e. predict) genotype calls for:
A) the ungenotyped variants (ie 'no calls') in your genetic data file.
B) variants in the reference panel that do not appear in your genetic data file.
The app provides a Confidence Score for each imputed genotype.
Important Note: This app can only process data aligned to the GRCh37/hg19 reference genome. It cannot process data aligned to GRCh38.
$9.99 per use
This app generates both a .vcf and a .txt file that you can download and view. You'll also be able to view the files online using Sequencing.com's Data Viewer (coming soon).
You also have the option of using the files produced by this app when you use other apps in Sequencing.com's App Market.
Imputation analysis utilizes statistics to predict the genotype at a specific chromosomal coordinate even if the genetic data doesn't provide any information about that chromosomal coordinate. For many chromosomal coordinates, imputation can accurately predict what the missing data would have been.
For example, a genetic test may provide data for variants A, D, E and G but does not provide any data for variants B, C or F. This Imputation Analysis app will use advanced statistical analysis to predict the results for variants B, C and F. Even though variants B, C and F were not tested for and there is no data provided on these variants in the original data file, this app will attempt to in these gaps.
The app provides a Confidence Score each time a variant prediction occurs so that you can determine whether to accept that prediction as accurate.
B L Browning and S R Browning (2016). Genotype imputation with millions of reference samples. Am J Hum Genet 98:116-126. doi:10.1016/j.ajhg.2015.11.020
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