The Geneyx Analysis dashboard provides access to all the analyses and samples in your account, and allows you to start a new analysis using our Analysis wizard.
Start new analysis
You can initiate a new analysis by clicking on the “Start New Analysis” button, which will guide you through the the process using a straightforward wizard in which new samples can be uploaded (VCF format) and clinical details of the case can be entered together with general details regarding the subject of the analysis.
The Analyses section contains two main areas:
- Analyses list (on the right)- A table listing all your analyses. For each, it displays:
- Modify Date – The last modification date for this analysis
- Analysis – The name of the analysis, including its identifier. Clicking on this will take you to the summary information about the analysis.
- # Samples – The number of samples used in this analysis
- Subject – The name of the subject
- View/Analyze Button – Depending on the status of the analysis, you will see the “Analyze” button, for analyses that have not yet been analyzed (no report has been generated), or the “View” button (for analyses that have been analyzed and have a report generated for them). Clicking on “Analyze” will take you to the Analysis screen, whereas clicking on “View” will take you to the summary page for this analysis.
- Summary graph (on the left) – The graph on the left provides a quick summary for your workflow, showing the number of analyses that are still pending analysis, or those that are missing samples (can’t yet be analyzed).
You can also use the Search area to search for a specific analysis.
The Samples section contains two main areas:
- Samples list (on the right) – A table listing all your samples. For each, it displays:
- Modify Date – The last modification date for this sample
- Sample – The name of the sample. Clicking on this will take you to the Sample’s information page.
- Subject – The name of the subject. Clicking on this will take you to the Subject’s information page.
- Version Set – The version set used to annotate this sample
- Status – The status of the sample (Ready, In Annotation, Failed)
- Notes – Notes about the status of the sample
- “New Analysis” button – Clicking on this button allows you to start a new analysis using this sample
- Summary graph (on the left) – The graph on the left provides a quick summary of the status of samples that are not associated with an analysis. This includes samples that are New, In Annotation or Failed to be annotated.
You can also use the Search area to search for a specific sample.