Quick NGS All-in-one data processing for Next-Generation Sequencing


Resuming a previously unfinished analysis run

If for whatever reason, a particular analysis run with QuickNGS fails, it will report this by a semaphor file called run.error in the run directory. You can learn which particular module of the analysis has failed by reviewing the .tmp/status subdirectory. Any run which has encountered errors during the analysis can be resumed by simply invoking the master script followed by the run number:

cd <installdir>/scripts/rnaseq
./start_RNAseq.sh 773
This will resume the pipeline modules which have failed in the previous analysis and go through with the rest of the analysis.

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June 6th, 2017: Our paper on the cancer genome analysis platform QuickNGS Cancer has been published in Human Mutation.

September 30th, 2016: Please access the 'Multi-Layer Integration' area to combine RNA-Seq and ChIP-Seq data with an early release of our new multi-OMICS data integration platform.

June 23rd, 2016: Tools for gene set enrichment analysis using GO terms and KEGG pathways have been adopted into QuickNGS from version 1.2.2 on.

February 15th, 2016: The latest QuickNGS release now includes QuickNGS Cancer, a new platform specifically designed for cancer genome analysis.

January 4th, 2016: Bluebee High-Performance Genomics B.V., Delft, The Netherlands, have adopted QuickNGS into their cloud-based NGS analysis solution.

September 23rd, 2015: Please refer to our new FAQ to handle common problems with the QuickNGS results.

July 31th, 2015: The QuickNGS paper was published in BMC Genomics! Please cite this paper for all analyses based on the QuickNGS system.

July 11th, 2014: The first public version of the QuickNGS source code has just been released! Please click here to download the software.