SMRT Analysis software powers your genetic insight
SMRT Analysis software delivers analytical solutions for a wide range of research areas supported by PacBio Systems. SMRT Analysis software offers the choice of an intuitive GUI, flexible command line options, or easy integration with your existing analytical workflow through the use of extensive APIs.
SMRT Analysis software includes:
This open-source, browser-based application allows you to create, submit, and monitor secondary analysis jobs and view/download analysis results. You can also manage secondary analysis protocols and reference sequences.
SMRT Portal produces experiment-specific, data-rich reports in industry-standard output formats. All data files are accessible directly through SMRT Portal, allowing for easy third-party software analysis and collaboration.
This tool offers the ability to:
- Align reads to a reference sequence and call variants
- Assemble reads into a de novo genome
- Analyze RNA-sequencing data
- Perform DNA-methylation analysis
SMRT Analysis APIs
SMRT Analysis software offers extensive integration capabilities through a comprehensive suite of REST-based Secondary Analysis Web Service APIs. The APIs can be used to integrate SMRT Analysis with your LIMS, internal and third-party applications, or data-mining pipeline.
SMRT View is a scalable genome browser that allows you to visualize and interact with secondary analysis sequencing data. It is also the first data-visualization application that can show kinetics and structure information unique to PacBio’s SMRT technology.
The software includes:
- A flexible, intuitive user interface, providing extensive options for navigating and exploring the results of your experiments
- Interactive graphical representations of variants, quality values, and other quality metrics
- Rich annotations, allowing you to rapidly validate your results by visualizing genome-scale data sets down to the SNP level
The SMRT Analysis software includes a comprehensive set of applications for genomic analysis, including de novo assembly, variant calling, transcriptome analysis, and epigenomics.
Contact us to learn more about how SMRT Sequencing can support your research efforts.