I am new to Galaxy and am wondering what tools are available for
annotation of SNPs?
I know that snpEff is implemented in Galaxy and this enables annotation
such as location and predicted effect, however I am wondering if there
are any automated means of annotating a polymorphism as known/novel or
determining its frequency in the population.
Does Galaxy offer anything like this or would it be necessary to create
scripts that would for exampole compare to dbSNP for uniqueness and the
1000 genomes project for frequency.
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