Here you can examine all the details of the analysis and the progress of the sample annotation.
You can use the edit button on the top right to enter or modify the information or click on ‘Analyze’ just beside it to go to the Analysis Screen where you will actually browse variants and apply filters.
On the top you will find the breadcrumb on the left, the summary information in the middle and the ‘Report Preview’ button to the right.
Clicking on the ‘Subject’ or ‘Analysis’ in the breadcrumb will open a new tab with the Subject Summary Page or the Analysis Summary page, respectively.
You can easily review the summary of these before you actually start the analysis through the Info section on the right:
- Under Subject you will see the general details about the subject
- Under Clinical you can review the clinical details of the analysis and the keywords selected for scoring and ranking the genes
- Under Samples you can see which samples were used in this analysis and their details including variant counts
Clicking on ‘Report Preview’ will generate a visual summary of all the findings in addition to the general info. This is a feature that enables the review of the current results while analyzing the case and is discussed in details under ‘Creating a Report’.
Main Analysis Area
The main area is divided to tabs dedicated for each genetic model used for the analysis. Each tab is actually an interactive table where each row represents a variant and each column depicts a certain attribute of the variant. In Geneyx Analysis, these dozens of attributes are divided to 5 categories, each can be collapsed (by default) showing only the most relevant attributes or expanded using the ‘>’ icon to the right of each category title.
You can also reset the column view using the ‘Settings’ icon on the top right.
Each column has two interactive functionalities – sorting (by a click on the header) and filtering (clicking on the filter icon to the right).
You can reset all the column filters using the ‘Settings’ icon on the top right.
Filters And Tools
On the left you will find the ‘Filters & Tools’ pane, summarizing all the applied filters for the current tab.
Through this pane or alternatively through each of the column titles in the grid you can easily add, edit or remove filters while reviewing the variants. Each filter that you add through the column title will also be displayed in this pane on the left and will be documented in the Methods section in the final report.
Under this pane you can also use predefined gene panels or manually entered gene lists. You can also edit the VarElect terms used for the ranking and the Disease frequency used for the Allele Frequency filter.
This pane can be minimized in order to allow more screen area for the table when not in use.
To the left of each variant row there are three annotation types that can be defined per candidate variant. Clicking on this section will present the Annotation & Interpretation popup where you can define the relevance (High, Med or Low) and the pathogenicity of the variant on the top. Below, you can add a note regarding the variant in free text after reviewing all the information (clinical and VarElect) and selecting the relevant disorder from OMIM when applicable.
Creating A Report
Once the browsing of candidate variants in the various genetic models is done and several candidate variants were selected with their relevance score and related notes, you are ready to preview the current findings by clicking on the ‘Report Preview’ button on the top right.
This will generate a visual summary of all the findings in addition to the general info. Here you can also choose which of the evidence sections presented will enter the final report (Premium users only).
From the Report Preview you can either go back to the analysis to edit or add more candidates or proceed to ‘Generate Report’ where 2 files will be generated automatically – the full report in a pdf format with all the information and supporting evidence including publications and more, and an Excel file displaying the full variant tables that were analyzed.