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With the onset of the incredible volumes and complexities of the data bonanza we find ourselves in, I am always interested in the ways people want to see their data. This week’s highlighted question addresses the visualization of structural variation, and some options were offered.
I used multiple structural variant(SV) callers to call SVs for paired end sequencing data.
Which genome browser offers the best support to visually inspect paired en sequencing data. I want to load the mapped paired end sequencing bams and then visually inspect the regions the SV callers marked as having structural variations.
But if you have a favorite strategy that hasn’t been described, do let us know in the answers.