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This week’s highlighted question is about splicing. One of my first projects in bioinformatics was looking at splicing, but I haven’t looked specifically into the tools associated with splice site predictions at all lately. So I was interested in the answer to the question as well.
Does anyone have a favorite splice site prediction / evaluation tool? (This would be for evaluating variants in the human genome). I am familiar with the Human Splicing Finder, but am looking to try others. Open-source would be ideal, and if possible something that can be scripted into a workflow. Thanks.
Go and have a look at the ones that were offered. And if you have others that you know about, please add them to the discussion.