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FPmatching, v76

Matches Fluidigm fingerprint report to reference set of CCLE SNP6.0 array data.\nTakes old Fluidigm software report or new PED style report (saved as .csv).\nAlso backwards compatible with Sequenom reports (Combine 100k and AffySNP6.0 reports together into one file first).

Author: Barbara Weir, adapted from Nico Stransky;The Broad Institute

Contact: AchillesTeamArchive@gmail.com

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Name Description
platereport * Should be .csv format
platemapping  Should be .csv format
format * New PED style report OR Old Fluidigm software format OR Sequenom style report (expects combined 100k and SNP6.0 file)
FPSet * Name of the fingerprinting set, ex. Plate_27
refFile  Optional file of known CCLE matches for creating the KnownMatch.CCLE column

* - required

Input Files

  1. [parameter name]
    [Description. For example: The segmentation file contains the segmented data for all the samples identified by GLAD, CBS, or some other segmentation algorithm. (See GLAD file format in the GenePattern file formats documentation.) It is a six column, tab-delimited file with an optional first line identifying the columns. Positions are in base pair units.

Output Files

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Example Data

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Version Comments

Version Release Date Description
76 updates for Sequenom
15 Checks reference file, updated output file. Added cleaned names column