GET-Evidence is a collaborative research tool for understanding how genetic variants impact human traits and diseases. As such, it is subject to many sources of error, including:
- human error in interpretations
- errors or uncertainty in literature
- errors in automatic/computational processing
GET-Evidence is not a “clinical quality” tool for diagnosis or treatment of any disease or medical condition.
By using GET-Evidence you agree to our Terms of Service.
What is GET-Evidence for?
Whole genome sequencing results in thousands of variants which may have a functional consequence and have published literature findings which require review. Even after review, these findings need to be organized according to severity, impact, and strength of evidence to allow whole genome interpretation. GET-Evidence was created to address this problem.
GET-Evidence is also a public forum for forming consensus. GET-Evidence uses a “peer production” model for variant interpretation: all users who log in may edit variant interpretations. This model facilitates the updating and correction of interpretations, facilitating the creation of a consensus from various publications and interpretations.
Finally, GET-Evidence is a public resource. Variant interpretations are shared freely (without copyright restriction). As such, GET-Evidence is a fully public method which others may build upon and against which private interpretations methods may be compared.
Downloading data or source code
User-contributed variant interpretations are accepted and published under CC0 — i.e., without copyright protection. You are welcome to obtain the data either by means of the web service or by downloading a copy of the database.
The source files for genome data, along with GET-Evidence’s annotations, are provided alongside genome reports. See our file format descriptions for more information on the format we use.
The web service software is available under the GNU General Public License, version 3.
- Project home: https://redmine.clinicalfuture.com/projects/get-evidence
- Source code repository: git://git.clinicalfuture.com/get-evidence.git
- Source code repository mirror: https://github.com/tomclegg/get-evidence
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