MyVariants table

You can view MyVariants when you open the Analyses tab, then click MyVariants. The MyVariants table includes specific information such as genome location and mutation type. The following columns of information are available in the MyVariants table.

Information type

Description

(Variant Flag)

MyVariant flag options:

  • Important—To identify variants that are relevant to the research.

  • Ignore—To denote known false positives or variants that are not associated with the research area.

  • None—To remove a variant marked as Important or Ignore from the MyVariants database.

This column can be edited.

(MyVariants Notes)

Information that researchers add to the MyVariants in note format.

This column can be edited.

Locus

The location of the variant on a specific chromosome.

This column can be sorted.

Classification

Classifications that can be set for MyVariants. For more information, see Apply flags to variants of interest.

This column can be edited.

Gene(s)

The gene or genes where the variant is found.

This column can be sorted.

Genotype

The genotype sequence (ATCG).

This column can be sorted.

Ref

The reference sequence.

This column can be sorted.

Type

The type of variant or call, such as SNV, CNV, Fusion, or REF.

This column can be sorted.

Analysis Name

The name of analysis where the variant was identified.

Sample Name

The name of sample where the variant was identified.

Observed Allele

The observed allele variation.

This column can be sorted.

Copy Number

The copy number variation.

This column can be sorted.

Subtype

The copy number subtype.

This column can be sorted.

Variant ID

The identifier of the variant.

This column can be sorted.