HaploGrep 2 Stand-alone Version

With some delay, we finally updated the stand-alone Version of HaploGrep to the latest version 2. This includes the latest Phylotree 17 (Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series, from December 2015), finescaling the human phylogeny even further. This version has no file-upload limit as  currently applied on the web service (file size of 5MB and max. 3,000 samples – you can use compressed files in zip format tough). We also provide a command-line version of haplogrep2, which makes it straight-forward to integrate it in your workflows or pipelines directly. Or you can use the Rest-API for doing so.

Here’s the direct link to the Download Page – enjoy – and don’t hesitate to contact us in case of questions, suggestions, or any kind of problems.

And here’s the evolution of HaploGrep’s sessions per month from Google analytics, with the release of the Phylotree Versions:

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Phylotree 17 available

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After exactly 2 years, Phylotree, the “database” behind HaploGrep got updated by Mannis van Oven. Here’s the accompanying publication on Phylotree 17 . The mtDNA tree has now 5,437 haplogroups, which is a growth of over 13% to the previous version. Find out how Phylotree 17 differs for your dataset, by using the updated HaploGrep 2 Version, with the latest mtDNA tree build 17.

 

 

 

HaploGrep presents new mtDNA-KnowledgeBase

It’s been a while now since the last update of HaploGrep. The last few updates were mostly due to the new Phylotree releases by Mannis. Some updates where due to user feedback – which we hope to improve with this blog, besides presenting new tools for human mitochondrial DNA data management and analysis.

In the next time we want to present new features, help with questions other users came across and ask you what features you’d like to have in HaploGrep.