Import NGS data stored in different file formats such as FASTA, FASTQ,
SAM, and BAM files. Read feature annotations from GTF and GFF files. Use
various objects to access and manage NGS data. For instance, the
BioIndexedFile object lets you efficiently access
text files with nonuniform-size entries, such as sequences and
annotations. Use the object to access individual entries or a subset of
entries when the source file is too big to fit in memory. Use the
BioRead objects to
store and manage sequence read data containing information on headers,
qualities, and alignments.
BioRead and BioMap
BioIndexedFile objects to extract entries from large files using
indices or keys, and parse data using custom functions.
BioRead objects to access and manage
Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) data from various file formats, such as FASTQ, SAM, and
Use GTF and GFF feature annotation objects to retrieve feature information from one or more reference sequences.
Access online databases and repositories using various MATLAB® functions and import data to the workspace for further analyses.
Use the Genomics Viewer app to view NGS alignment data for single nucleotide variation in cytochrome p450 gene.