Please try the demo file in the sidebar (
Demo File Sets).
For one given SV event, "SV: Read Support" exhibits all split reads across the breakpoints. The top and bottom chromosome axis respectively represent the 5' and 3' breakpoint position, associated genes and transcripts annotation are also illustrated. The "consensus junction sequence" with white text in the black ground on the top is the concatenated SV junction sequence. All supporting split reads were aligned to the consensus junction sequence base by base. Users may zoom in to display the base pair of split reads in detail. Read base-pair quality are colored followed the scheme of
samtools tview, for instance,
Blue:0-9 Green:10-19 Yellow:20-29 White:>=30. All alignment mismatches are colored in red. Small insertions were labeled with yellow “inverted triangle". Small deletions were labeled with red '-'. Micro-homology base pairs are highlighted in pink. Users may upload the required input file, then utilize sidebar options to select the desired SV event and read to display.
SV: Read Support Data (TXT file)
The uploaded TXT file must match the required format. Several demo files are provided in the GitHub project.
User can generate the
junc.reads.txt files using
read_support.py with BAM file and SvABA generated SV VCF file. Please check https://github.com/paprikachan/ComplexSV for source code and usage of
The demo output file
demo_data/indels.junc.reads.txt stores supporting split reads for given SV. It starts with "sv" section, the description of headers are listed below:
||chromosome of 5' breakpoint|
||position of 5' breakpoint|
||strand of 5' breakpoint|
||chromosome of 3' breakpoint|
||position of 3' breakpoint|
||strand of 3' breakpoint|
||10||the number of supporting split read pairs|
Then, it list all supporting split reads, from left to right the columns are ordered by:
read_query_name, the read id;
read_flags, it consists of flag
||The current read is split read|
||The paired read of current read is split read|
||The current read is reverse read|
||The paired read of current read is reverse read|
||The current read is duplicated|
read_position, the read start position aligned to reconstructed SV haplotype.
|<- 5'segment ->| inner_ins |<- 3' segment ->| |xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxTCA|iiiiiiiiiii|xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx| : ^ negative : <- 0 -> positive : split_read: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ^ read_position: -5 micro-homology: TCA ^ HM position -2
read_seq, the read sequence;
read_qual, the read sequence quality;
read_meta_info, stores all read meta information, e.g.
BX:GACACTAGTTAAGATG-1is the barcode associated with the read.
INS:-12(3),15(2)shows the small insertions on reads.
-12(3)means that the first base of the insertion has 3 base pairs and its index is -12, and
15(2)means that the first base of the second insertion has 2 base pairs and locates at index 15. Note that the insertion sequence will not be displayed on reads, but marked with a yellow “inverted triangle” at the insertion position.
DEL:-86(1),36(4)shows the small deletion on reads.
36(4)means that the front base of the deleted fragment is index 36, and the length of the deleted fragment is 4 bases. The deletion sequence is filled with red '-' on reads.
There are two types of interactions: Tooltips and Download.
Tooltips Tooltips will show the necessary information of the object that the mouse points to.
- Read: Current read and its paired read will be enhanced. Information to show: read id, read offset, whether this read or its paired read is split read and reversed, attached barcode if applicable. If the read body is clicked, the floating box contained above information will appear. Users can select, copy, and paste the text they desire.
- Gene Transcript: Transcript name, transcript start position and transcript end position.
Download One SVG file will be generated when the 'Download' button is clicked. Two themes are supplied: the default theme with a dark background and the light theme with a light background.
Light Theme To use the light theme, please click the 'Light Theme' button.
The sidebar provides diverse options to fine-tune the display, such as manage files, reset color, select SV events, and so on.
- Upload: upload heatmap TXT file, and manage uploaded files. Note that the duplicated file name will be alerted and given a random postfix.
- Choose: choose files uploaded previously. Note that this function is ONLY available to the registered user (each account has certain storage).
- File Sets: NOT available to this page.
- Reads Select the desired read to present.
- Transcripts Select the desired gene transcript to present.
- SV Case: select the SV event, and maximum reads number to show.
- Sort Read: choose read sorted by "Junc read index" or "Left read index".
- Read Quality: tick to display read quality and select a quality format.
Manual version=1.2.2, written by Miss. CHEN Lingxi and Dr. JIA Wenlong on 2020-04-02.
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- Yang, L., Luquette, L. J., Gehlenborg, N., Xi, R., Haseley, P. S., Hsieh, C. H., ... & Kucherlapati, R. (2013). Diverse mechanisms of somatic structural variations in human cancer genomes. Cell, 153(4), 919-929. (PDMI: 23663786, see Figure 1A-C)
- Spies, N., Weng, Z., Bishara, A., McDaniel, J., Catoe, D., Zook, J. M., ... & Sidow, A. (2017). Genome-wide reconstruction of complex structural variants using read clouds. Nature methods, 14(9), 915. (PMID: 28714986, see Figure 1c,g)
Mr. LI Hechen (GitHub)
- fix genome axis labels.
- maintain zoom level when base quality enabled.
- refine axis breakpoint labels.
- refine SV details at bottom left.
- refine CJS interval.
- refine PE with overlapped ends.
- enable reads sorting.
- display transcript name.
- show alterations count in details window of reads.
- highlights of PE-reads.
- show tooltip and text frame of reads.
- fix reads displayings.
- refine Consensus Junction Sequence (CJS).
- show SV details at bottom left.
- sort PE-reads to display.
- show base quality.
- optimize inputs header.
- initial functions implemented.