2016–More incredible for MyVariant.info than MyGene.info

As mentioned in MyGene.info’s year-end review, the team behind both services have been very productive. In addition to all the work they did on MyGene.info (and the back-end/BioThings services behind both MyGene.info and MyVariant.info, they made the following improvements to MyVariant.info this year: -2016.01.06: ClinVar data structure overhauled -2016.01.18: ClinVar data updated...
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New data release out! ClinVar data structure overhauled

Another new data release was just rolled out. ClinVar and CADD data were updated to their latest: last release new release # of variants in new release # of variants in last release ClinVar 201509 201511 127,745 114,627 CADD v1.2 v1.3 226,932,858 163,690,986 ClinVar and CADD annotations are available under "clinvar" and "cadd" subfields, respectively, for each annotated variant. MyVariant.info...
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New release: MyVariant.info Python client updated to v0.2.0

We have just released a new version of MyVariant.info Python client. It is now on v0.2.0, and we encourage all of our users to upgrade to this new version. The upgrade is as easy as one line of command: pip install myvariant -U To verify you have the latest version installed: In [1]: import myvariant In [2]: myvariant.__version__ Out[2]: '0.2.0' What's new and changed: new get_fields method to...
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MyVariant.py: our Python client for MyVariant.info services

We are happy to announce that the official Python client ("MyVariant.py") for our MyVariant.info web services is now available from PyPI (the Python Package Index). MyVariant.py allows users to annotate or query for human variants, either a single variant or a list of variants, without making explicit GET or POST web service calls. This is especially convenient for users who are already handling...
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MyVariant.py: our Python client for MyVariant.info services

We are happy to announce that the official Python client ("MyVariant.py") for our MyVariant.info web services is now available from PyPI (the Python Package Index). MyVariant.py allows users to annotate or query for human variants, either a single variant or a list of variants, without making explicit GET or POST web service calls. This is especially convenient for users who are already handling...
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