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Question:

Can I download BAM and VCF files from multiple analysis jobs all at once?

 

Answer:

Can I download BAM and VCF files from multiple analysis jobs all at once?

The following tutorial will walk you through on how to download BAM and VCF files from two or more analysis jobs in GeneSifter Analysis Edition.

Log in into your GSAE account and follow the steps below:

    Step 1:

  1. Under Analysis Tab in the left side of the screen, click on Analysis Jobs.

    Select the analysis jobs you want to retrieve the BAM and VCF files from and click on reanalyze.


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  Download BAM and VCF Files from Multiple Analysis Jobs Step One
    Figure 1 - Download BAM and VCF Files from Multiple Analysis Jobs : Step One.
  2. Step 2:

  3. Select the "bundle pipeline" and run the analysis job by clicking on "Analyze".

    The pipeline will copy the BAM and VCF files from selected analysis jobs, and add them to a new .tar.gz archive.


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  Download BAM and VCF Files from Multiple Analysis Jobs Step Two
    Figure 2 - Download BAM and VCF Files from Multiple Analysis Jobs : Step Two.
  4. Step 3:

  5. After the analysis job is complete, go back into the "Analysis Job" tab and click on the ID of your bundle job.

    Scroll down to the bottom of the page and mark the "Bundle.tar.gz", after click on "Download with File Catalyst.


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  Download BAM and VCF Files from Multiple Analysis Jobs Step Three
    Figure 3 - Download BAM and VCF Files from Multiple Analysis Jobs : Step Three.

    In the next screen click on "download" and pick where to save your compressed file.

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  Download BAM and VCF Files from Multiple Analysis Jobs Step Three
    Figure 3.1 - Download BAM and VCF Files from Multiple Analysis Jobs : Step Three.

Important Notes:

  1. The file archive will have each BAM and VCF file named with the job ID of the original input files.

  2. The bundle pipeline can take some time to complete depending on the size and quantity of input data.

  3. Not all analysis pipelines work with all re-analysis pipelines.




Created on: 3/27/2015
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