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SeqUDAS: Sequence Upload and Data Archiving System

Overview

Modern DNA sequencing machines generate several gigabytes (GB) of data per run. Organizing and archiving this data presents a challenge for small labs. We present a Sequence Upload and Data Archiving System (SeqUDAS) that aims to ease the task of maintaining a sequence data repository through process automation and an intuitive web interface.

Features

  • Automated upload and storage of sequence data to a central storage server.
  • Data validation with MD5 checksums for data integrity assurance
  • Illumina modules are incorpated to parse metrics binaries and generate a report similar to Illumina SAV.
  • FASTQC and MultiQC workflows are included to perform QC analysis automatically.
  • A taxonomic report will be generated based on Kraken report
  • Archival information, QC results and taxonomic report can be viewed through a mobile-friendly web interface
  • Pass sequence data along to another remote server via API (IRIDA)

Architecture

SeqUDAS consists of three components:

  • Data manager: Installed on a PC directly attached to an illumina sequencing machine.
  • Data analyzer: Installed on a server to run the data analysis jobs.
  • Web Application: Installed on a web server to provide account management and report viewing.

Installation

The package requires:

Software requirements
Data Manager Cygwin (Python, OpenSSH, cron, rsync, md5deep)
Data Analyzer Python, Kraken, FastQC, MultiQC, md5deep
Web Application Apache, MySQL, PHP, UserSpice, Bootstrap

How to install through source

Install Data Manager

Install Data Analyzer

Install Web Application

How to install through docker

Configuration file

You must provide a configuration file on both Data manager and Data analyzer.

Here is an example for Data Manager:

[basic]
sequencer = machine_name
run_id_prefix = BCCDCN
# Complete list of timizones: https://gist.github.com/heyalexej/8bf688fd67d7199be4a1682b3eec7568
timezone = Canada/Pacific
write_logfile_details = False
old_file_days_limit = 180
admin_email = test@test.com
logfile_dir = Log
send_email = False

[sequencer]
run_dirs =  //machine/MiSeqAnalysis

[local]
ssh_primate_key= /home/sequdas/.ssh/id_rsa

[server]
server_ssh_host = miseq@127.0.0.1
server_data_dir = /data/sequdas

[mysql_account]
mysql_host = 127.0.1
mysql_user = test
mysql_passwd = test
mysql_db = sequdas

[email_account]
gmail_user = test
gmail_pass = test

Here is an example for Data Analyzer:

[basic]
write_logfile_details = False
admin_email = test@test.com
logfile_dir = Log
send_email = False

[reporter]
reporter_ssh_host = test@127.0.1
qc_dir = /home/sequdas/img

[mysql_account]
mysql_host = 127.0.0.1
mysql_user = test
mysql_passwd = test
mysql_db = sequdas

[email_account]
gmail_user = test
gmail_pass = test

Usage

Data manager

SeqUDAS uses Cron to triger job based on a time schedule. Once you have installed the packages, you can install cron as a Windows Service using cygrunsrv.

cygrunsrv --install cron --path /usr/sbin/cron --args –n

If you want to schedule the archiving time as 10:10 pm every day, you can edit the config file as:

crontab -e 
30 10 * * * python //path_for_sequdas_client/sequdas_client.py

Data Analyzer

python sequdas_server.py
  sequdas_server.py -i <input_directory> -o <output_directory>
    
    -h --help
    -i --in_dir    input_directory (required)
    -o --out_dir    input_directory  (required)
    -s --step  step (required)
       step 1: Run MiSeq reporter
       step 2: Run FastQC
       step 3: Run MultiQC
       step 4: Run Kraken
       step 5: Run IRIDA uploader
    -u Sequdas id
    -e
       False: won't send email (default)
       True: end email.    
    -n
       False: won't run the IRIDA uploader (default)
       True: run IRIDA uploader.
    -t 
       False: only on step (default)
       True: run current step and the followings.
    -k
       False: won't keep the Kraken result (default)
       True: keep the Kraken result

Web application

An example for viewing the report:

A Illumia SAV report:

A MultiQC report:

A Kraken report:

Change log

Version v0.1.2

  • Added MultiQC pipeline to the QC report.
  • Added the taxonomic analysis report (Kraken).
  • Added the contamination detection results. Detected organisms will be displayed on genus level.
  • Changed the table to bootstrap table to sopport sorting and provide better suppprot for tablet, phone, and PC.
  • Added the sample information to the collapse table.

Version v0.1.3

  • Separated the code into different libraries and modules.
  • Switching the analysis pipeline run on the server only to avoid internet interrupt.
  • Fixed issue where sample name contains space, or dash.

Acknowledgments

Our implementation of uploading data to IRIDA utilizes code from IRIDA miseq uploader.

Contributors

Jun Duan: Jun.Duan@bccdc.ca

Dan Fornika: Dan.Fornika@bccdc.ca

Damion Dooley: Damion.Dooley@bccdc.ca

William Hsiao (PI): William.Hsiao@bccdc.ca

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