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Disease SNPs planted in the sample dataset
This example builds a single sequential history, but it is organized into several parts according to the type of analysis being performed. These illustrate the following skills.
Part 1: Preparing input data.
Part 2: Selecting known coding SNPs predicted to be damaging, then finding their genes and associated pathways.
Part 3: Running new predictions of coding SNPs likely to be detrimental.
Part 4: Finding SNPs that fall in suspected functional regions.