This tool makes a bed file with the positions from the input GVCF file. It selects the regions of a certain genome quality treshold.
GvcfToBed requires Java 8 to be installed on your device. Download Java 8 here or install via your distribution's package manager.
Download the latest version of GvcfToBed here. To generate the usage run:
java -jar <GvcfToBed_jar> --help
GvcfToBed needs an inputVcf and outputs to a bed file.
Genome quality threshold can be set by the
It can optionally output a inverted BED file.
To make a bed file from
input.gvcf by taking sample
and output to
java -jar <GvcfToBed_jar> \ -I input.gvcf \ -O output.bed \ -S F.catus-43
Usage for GvcfToBed:
|Option||Required||Can occur multiple times||Description|
|--log_level, -l||no||no||Level of log information printed. Possible levels: 'debug', 'info', 'warn', 'error'|
|--help, -h||no||no||Print usage|
|--version, -v||no||no||Print version|
|--inputVcf, -I||yes||no||Input vcf file|
|--outputBed, -O||yes||no||Output bed file|
|--invertedOutputBed||no||no||Output bed file|
|--sample, -S||no||no||Sample to consider. Will take first sample on alphabetical order by default|
|--minGenomeQuality||no||no||Minimum genome quality to consider|
GvcfToBed is part of BIOPET tool suite that is developed at LUMC by the SASC team. Each tool in the BIOPET tool suite is meant to offer a standalone function that can be used to perform a dedicate data analysis task or added as part of BIOPET pipelines.
GvcfToBed is build using sbt. Before submitting a pull request, make sure all tests can be passed by
sbt test from the project's root. We recommend using an IDE to work on GvcfToBed. We have had
good results with this IDE.