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TileDB-VCF

A C++ library for efficient storage and retrieval of genomic variant-call data using TileDB Embedded.

Features

  • Easily ingest large amounts of variant-call data at scale
  • Supports ingesting single sample VCF and BCF files
  • New samples are added incrementally, avoiding computationally expensive merging operations
  • Allows for highly compressed storage using TileDB sparse arrays
  • Efficient, parallelized queries of variant data stored locally or remotely on S3
  • Export lossless VCF/BCF files or extract specific slices of a dataset

What's Included?

  • Command line interface (CLI)
  • APIs for C, C++, Python, and Java
  • Integrates with Spark and Dask

Quick Start

The documentation website provides comprehensive usage examples but here are a few quick exercises to get you started.

We'll use a dataset that includes 20 synthetic samples, each one containing over 20 million variants. We host a publicly accessible version of this dataset on S3, so if you have TileDB-VCF installed and you'd like to follow along just swap out the uri's below for s3://tiledb-inc-demo-data/tiledbvcf-arrays/v4/vcf-samples-20. And if you don't have TileDB-VCF installed yet, you can use our Docker images to test things out.

CLI

Export complete chr1 BCF files for a subset of samples:

tiledbvcf export \
  --uri vcf-samples-20 \
  --regions chr1:1-248956422 \
  --sample-names v2-usVwJUmo,v2-WpXCYApL

Create a TSV file containing all variants within one or more regions of interest:

tiledbvcf export \
  --uri vcf-samples-20 \
  --sample-names v2-tJjMfKyL,v2-eBAdKwID \
  -Ot --tsv-fields "CHR,POS,REF,S:GT" \
  --regions "chr7:144000320-144008793,chr11:56490349-56491395"

Python

Running the same query in python

import tiledbvcf

ds = tiledbvcf.Dataset(uri = "vcf-samples-20", mode="r")

ds.read(
    attrs = ["sample_name", "pos_start", "fmt_GT"],
    regions = ["chr7:144000320-144008793", "chr11:56490349-56491395"],
    samples = ["v2-tJjMfKyL", "v2-eBAdKwID"]
)

returns results as a pandas DataFrame

     sample_name  pos_start    fmt_GT
0    v2-nGEAqwFT  143999569  [-1, -1]
1    v2-tJjMfKyL  144000262  [-1, -1]
2    v2-tJjMfKyL  144000518  [-1, -1]
3    v2-nGEAqwFT  144000339  [-1, -1]
4    v2-nzLyDgYW  144000102  [-1, -1]
..           ...        ...       ...
566  v2-nGEAqwFT   56491395    [0, 0]
567  v2-ijrKdkKh   56491373    [0, 0]
568  v2-eBAdKwID   56491391    [0, 0]
569  v2-tJjMfKyL   56491392  [-1, -1]
570  v2-nzLyDgYW   56491365  [-1, -1]

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