List of downstream analysis software


#1

A list of software developed for statistical and comparative analysis of mapped and clustered V(D)J rearrangements.

This is a wiki page. Please edit and add software you know about. However, note that this is not the place for closed-source commercial software vendors to advertise their products.

Command-line applications and R/Python libraries:

  • Change-O (Gupta et al. 2015) - a suite for B-cell repertoire sequencing data analysis: clonal lineage and diversity analysis (Alakazam module), somatic hypermutation analysis (SHazaM module) and allele identification (TIgGER).
  • VDJtools (Shugay et al. 2015) - summary statistics, repertoire diversity, clustering repertoires, CDR3 amino acid composition analysis. Mostly designed for T-cell repertoires.
  • tcR (Nazarov et al. 2015) - diversity measures, shared T cell receptor sequences identification, gene usage statistics computation. R library.
  • repgenHMM (Elhanati et al., 2016) - inferring repertoire generation probabilities and statistics of V(D)J rearrangement process.

GUI-base applications (immune repertoire browsers, etc):


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#2

Maybe it’s just me, but I wonder if you could add a little more detail about what “post-analysis” and “clonotype tables” are?

thanks


#3

Fixed, is it better now? Under post analysis I mean any summary statistics/comparative analysis. “Clonotype tables” are results of VDJ mapping and clone clustering software, e.g. tables containing clone frequency, V/D/J segments and CDR3 sequence (and hypermutations for Ig sequences).


#4

Yeah, great. thanks.


#5

Actually, wait, sorry, I’m still confused. I can’t really tell the difference between these three wikis

or at least, unless I’m misunderstanding, there’s as much overlap between the three as there is difference. Perhaps we could combine into one page, maybe as a table with features across the top (similar to this)?


#6

I don’t think this is what you are actually talking about, but I should point out that the similarity between the links is artifactual. The thing before the topic number is eye candy. E.g.

List of downstream analysis software

Will take you to

List of downstream analysis software


#7

oh, no, thanks, that was just me being lazy with copy pasting links. fixed now


#8

bump?

Unless I missed a reply


#9

My initial classification was:

  1. One gets raw data and maps it to VDJ
  2. One assembles mapped reads into clonotypes/clones
  3. One analyzes the list of clones (the software packages should not necessary work with raw data)

I think it can be wise to merge

into a single page with a table, but I recall that some RNA-Seq/single cell RNA-Seq software are not very optimized for conventional amplicon libraries. I’ll think of the table design and post it here, please give your suggestions on what columns/parameters we need to include in it.


#10

That sounds great, thanks.

As far as columns I was mostly thinking the headers in the existing wikis would be columns, so like “rna-seq data”, “single-cell rna seq”, “complex rearrangements”. But in addition, maybe:

  • for 1., whether they do raw data processing (e.g. error correction, paired end assembly) in addition to mapping to VDJ

#11

A column specifying which data format they take in input maybe, so to distinguish softwares for raw data (fastq, fasta) and softwares which take in input clonotypes tables of different formats and so on.

A column which distinguish GUI-based applications and command line applications (as already present in the list above).

A column specifying if they work for TCR or BCR or both.

And maybe a column specifying the main functions/features of each, so that the overlap and peculiarity of different tools gets more clear.