GSR: Simulator - Wessim
|Short Description||Whole Exome Sequencing SIMulator|
|Long Description||Wessim is a simulator for a targeted resequencing as generally known as exome sequencing. Wessim basically generates a set of artificial DNA fragments for next generation sequencing (NGS) read simulation. In the targeted resequencing, we constraint the genomic regions that are used to generated DNA fragments to be only a part of the entire genome; they are usually exons and/or a few introns and untranslated regions (UTRs).|
|Last Release||7 years, 8 months ago|
|Citations||Kim S, Jeong K, Bafna V, Wessim: a whole-exome sequencing simulator based on in silico exome capture., Bioinformatics, 04-15-2013 [ Abstract, cited in PMC ]|
|Last evaluated||06-13-2019 (575 days ago)|
|Type of Simulated Data||Diploid DNA Sequence, Haploid DNA Sequence,|
|Data Type||Genotype or Sequence,|
|File Format||Fasta or Fastq,|
|Sample Type||Random or Independent,|
|Trait Type||Binary or Qualitative,|
|Population Size Changes|
|Other||Phenogenetic, Polygenic background,|
|Tested Platforms||Linux and Unix,|
No example publication using Wessim has been provided.
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