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Discuss contributing to a tool for interpretation of NGS findings for clinicians
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: https://github.com/era7bio/ngs-for-clinicians

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