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There is an interesting discussion in the LinkedIn group, Computational Biology (a parallel discussion is said to exists in the NGS group as well). It is a proposed project to write an open-sourced tool to facilitate interpretation of whole-genome NGS genetic findings for clinicians. Has anyone seen this, have any thoughts or comments, or would like to play a role as a group?
Here is the github link:
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