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  • Help with variant calling pipeline

    Hi,

    I could really use some help with my variant calling pipeline. I have illumina reads from outbreak bacterial strains, mapped to a reference using bwa, sorted and filtered for quality snps using vcftools and my output are .vcf files for each genome.

    My research question in this instance is quite specific, how many snps do my genomes differ by?

    I know what I would like to do - create a pair wise snp matrix for all genomes showing snp differences. My ideal output would be a table like this

    Sample 1 sample 2 sample 3

    Sample 1 0 4 12

    Sample 2 4 0 1

    Sample 3 12 1 0

    I have a feeling it requires a custom Python script or programming in R?

    Any help, advice or comments would be very much appreciated

    Al'Thor
    Thanks
    Al'Thor

  • #2
    Assuming your vcf files contain only the filtered SNPs of a single strain you are interested in, you could try:

    Code:
    # Get number of different (!) SNPs of two vcfs
    cat 1.vcf  2.vcf | grep -v '^#' | awk '{print $1,$2,$4,$5}' | sort | uniq -u | wc -l
    Depending on the number of strains you have, it would of course be helpful/necessary to write a loop.

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    • #3
      There are a number of tools for filtering VCFs; several are listed in this thread.

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      • #4
        Thanks dschika, will give this a try
        Thanks
        Al'Thor

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