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Installing and Setup WGSA in a local directory on Cypress

Decide a folder dedicated for the pipeline, for example '/lustre/project/group/WGSA'.

Setup an environment variable and create workspaces as

export $WGSA_DIR=/lustre/project/group/WGSA
mkdir $WGSA_DIR
mkdir work
mkdir tmp
chmod 777 work
chmod 777 tmp

Create a space for ANNOVAR,

mkdir $WGSA_DIR/annovar

Download the ANNOVAR main package from here. The package comes as annovar.latest.tar.gz, save it to $WGSA_DIR/annovar. Unzip it.

cd $WGSA_DIR/annovar
tar -zxvf annovar.latest.tar.gz

Download RefSeq and !Ensembl gene models for ANNOVAR:

cd $WGSA_DIR/annovar/annovar
perl -buildver hg19 -downdb -webfrom annovar refGene humandb/
perl -buildver hg19 -downdb -webfrom annovar ensGene humandb/
perl -buildver hg19 -downdb -webfrom annovar knownGene humandb/
perl -buildver hg38 -downdb -webfrom annovar refGene humandb/
perl -buildver hg38 -downdb -webfrom annovar ensGene humandb/     
perl -buildver hg38 -downdb -webfrom annovar knownGene humandb/    

Install SnpEff (required for annotating indels with SnpEff or annotating SNVs with SnpEff on-the-fly) Download SnpEff v4.3t main package and save the zip file to $WGSA_DIR/snpeff:

mkdir $WGSA_DIR/snpeff
cd $WGSA_DIR/snpeff

Now you need a newer version of JavaSDK, to use it, you have to do on a computing node.

Start a interactive session:


See here for more about 'idev'.

Once you get to a computing node, make sure your corrent directory is $WGSA_DIR/snpeff

Download RefSeq and !Ensembl gene models for SnpEff:

cd snpEff
java -jar snpEff.jar download -v hg19
java -jar snpEff.jar download -v GRCh37.75
java -jar snpEff.jar download -v hg38
java -jar snpEff.jar download -v GRCh38.86

Exit from the computing node:


Install VEP (required for annotating indels with VEP or annotating SNVs with VEP on-the-fly)

Download VEP 94 main package and save it to $WGSA_DIR/vep:

mkdir $WGSA_DIR/vep
cd $WGSA_DIR/vep
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