Figure 2.

Workflow of an experiment of analysis through the software. Figure shows the workflow of execution of a typical analysis. Initially user loads data into the software as depicted in the upper left corner of Figure 2(a). Then user has to attribute the right class to each sample (Figure 2b) and to choose the analysis method Figure 2(c). The software calculates the allele frequencies for each allele and for each probe. At this point DMET Analyzer calculates the Fisher’s-tests and finally it shows the results in a new window in which probes may be sorted alphabetically or by p-value as depicted in Figure 2(d). User can select a SNP in this table and may visualize annotation data by just clicking on the SNP identifier as depicted in Figure 2(e). Analogously, user may visualize the distribution of variants using the embedded visualizer as evidenced in Figure 2(f)

Guzzi et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2012 13:258   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-13-258
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