From Genome Analysis Wiki
Basic Usage Example
Here is an example of how
glfSingle -g NA19240.chrom20.SLX.glf -b NA19240.chrom20.SLX.vcf > NA19240.chrom20.SLX.log
Command Line Options
-g genotype likelihood file Specifies the name of the input GLF-format genotype likelihood file -b base call file Specifies the name of the output VCF-format base call file -s sample label Specifies a label for the sample being analyzed, which will be included in the output VCF file -p threshold The threshold for base calling. Base calls will be made when their posterior likelihood exceeds threshold
--minMapQuality threshold Positions where the root-means squared mapping quality falls below this threshold will be excluded. --minDepth threshold Positions where the read depth falls below this threshold will be excluded. --maxDepth threshold Positions where the read depth exceeds this threshold will be excluded. --reference Positions called as homozygous reference will be included in the output.
To learn about default values for these options, simply run the program with no arguments.
Model for Variant Calling
For the current of glfSingle, please go to our GLF Tools Website.
Support for X chromosome variant calling.
Support for a two pass depth filter that uses the data to automatically work out appropriate filtering thresholds.