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Created 2016-03-16 14:01:50 | Updated | Tags: resource-bundle login

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Hi, I am using my username and password to access the bundle page, but it does not accept my username/password. I clicked on the URL on this article: https://www.broadinstitute.org/gatk/guide/article?id=1215


and then tried to put in my username and password, but it just keeps asking me for login/password. Am I making a mistake? Thanks!

Created 2016-02-26 05:18:49 | Updated | Tags: gatk resource-bundle

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I have been experimenting with GATK for SNP calling/filtering against the human genome using the hg36 bundle. However, a few weeks back, I believe GATK changed the default bundle to hg38. Now, the sequence of computational steps I have programmed fails because of differences in the naming convention within the hg38 bundle.

It looks like the problem involves dpsnp_144.vcf, which has the chromosome locations named "1" or "X", whereas all the other files and reference included names the chromosomes "chr1" and "chrX".

Can anyone else please confirm if this is personal user error or a genuine error in bundle naming convention? Thanks!

Created 2015-10-02 12:37:21 | Updated | Tags: picard resource-bundle

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I want to compare my vcf file to a vcf file supplied in the GATK bundle using Picard GenotypeConcordance. In the terminology used by Picard GenotypeConcordance I want to use a vcf file in the bundle as the "truth sample."

The problem is the vcf files in the bundle lack the sample name needed by Picard GenotypeConcordance.

That is, there is no value in these supplied vcf files to satisfy the Picard GenotypeConcordance required option: TRUTH_SAMPLE (String) The name of the truth sample within the truth VCF Required.

Take dbsnp_138.hg19.vcf.gz as an example:

$ zcat dbsnp_138.hg19.vcf.gz | grep CHROM

Based on the description of the vcf file format described elsewhere on this GATK site https://broadinstitute.org/gatk/guide/article?id=1268 I expect to see a FORMAT field and a sample name field following the INFO field.

How should I proceed?

Created 2015-10-01 10:13:04 | Updated | Tags: resource-bundle

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Hello, I was trying to download the resource bundle and using the credentials given on the website. Username: gsapubftp-anonymous and password is empty. Unfortunately I am not able to download files. Following is the error for most of the cases: 550/tutorials/workshops/GATKbasic: no such file or directory. Is there any way to download resource bundle? Thank you

Created 2015-09-23 02:09:49 | Updated | Tags: hapmap-vcf resource-bundle

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Hi GATK Team,

I am Mia Yang. Would like to ask you some questions regarding the resources from GATK bundle.

(1) Is there any differences between the original files (HapMap, 1000G, Mills, etc..) and the one that we can download directly from the GATK bundle? And are these resources compatible with other variant re-calibration tools available out there?

(2) I can see that there are some labelled with hg19 at the back of the file names. Does this means that the files are only compatible with hg19 genome or it is optimized for hg19 and not the others (example hg38 etc..)?

Thank you in advance and have a nice day! =)

Created 2015-09-22 03:05:51 | Updated | Tags: resource-bundle

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Dear GATK team,

Good day. I would like to ask about few things regarding the GATK bundle provided at ftp://ftp.broadinstitute.org/bundle/2.8/hg19/.

From the FTP site, there are few variant file (.vcf format) associated with 1000G, Mills, dbSNPs etc. I would like to ask about the differences between them with the original file provided by their original sources. By "hg19", does that meaning all the resource bundles are optimized for hg19 reference genome? How is the files provided at the bundle differs from the original files?

Thank you in advance.

Created 2015-06-23 19:43:06 | Updated | Tags: resource-bundle

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Hi, I noticed that the GATK resource bundle does not have all the patches from here (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/assembly/GCF_000001405.25/#/def_asm_PATCHES). I need to add a few like GL582971.1. This brings me to my question:

  1. For the GL's included by default in the bundle what was their inclusion criterion?

  2. Do you have a resource bundle which has ALL the GL's as per the release notes on NCBI (above link)?

  3. If I were to add a few, what is the process you'd recommend?

Thanks, Vinayak.