The following is a detailed list of software I created or which I contributed in any way. The order follows my contribution time to them and not their release time.

Released

Treatabolome DB

RD-Connect Genome-Phenome Analysis Platform

  • Short description: The “RD-Connect GPAP” was a result of the European Union FP7 funded RD-Connect project. It’s goal is to accelerate rare disease research by connecting databases, patient registries, biobanks and clinical data through an intuitive user-friendly platform.
  • Role: Maintainer/Contributor
  • Type: Web application (access)
  • Publication: L Matalonga; Eur. J. Hum. Genet.; 2021

WEScover

  • Short description: While whole exome sequencing is widely adopted in clinical and research settings, the potential false negatives due to incomplete breadth and depth of coverage for several exons in clinically implicated genes is a major concern. WEScover is a tool to quickly identify if all genes of interest would be reliably covered by WES or a targeted gene panel testing should be prioritized.
  • Role: Contributor
  • Type: Web application (access)
  • Publication: IH Lee; BMC Bioinform; 2021

Clinical Genome and Ancestry Report

  • Short description: The “CGAR” was developed to enables users with no knowledge on genomic annotation to identify and prioritize phenotype-associated variants from exome and genome sequencing data through a user-friendly online platform.
  • Role: Contributor
  • Type: Web application (access)
  • Publication: IH Lee; Hum. Mutat.; 2019

rexposome and omicRexposome

  • Short description: The study of the high-dimensional exposures experienced across the life course (aka. exposome) offers a new paradigm for investigating environmental contributions to disease etiology. The R packages rexposome and omicRexposome filled the lack of tools for managing, visualizing and analyzing the exposome and its association with health outcomes and integration with molecular signatures.
  • Role: Author (Transferred to JR Gonzalez)
  • Type: R package
  • Publication: C Hernandez-Ferrer; Bioinformatics.; 2019

psygenet2r

  • Short description: While psychiatric disorders have a great impact on morbidity and genotype–phenotype resources for psychiatric diseases are key to enable the translation of research findings to a better care of patients, the psygenet2r packages allows to integrate the data from PsyGeNET (a knowledge resource on psychiatric diseases and their genes) in downstream network-medicine analysis of psychiatric disorders.
  • Role: Author/Contributor
  • Type: R package - see psygenet2r at Bioconductor
  • Publication: A Gutierrez-Sacristan; Bioinformatics.; 2017

MultiDataSet

  • Short description: MultiDataSet was released to supply the need for a data-structure in R to manage multiple layers of information for the same set of individuals. Latter on, it was extended as a resource to manage large amounts of multiple and non-complete biomedical-related data while offering a simple and general way of sub-setting features and selecting samples.
  • Role: Author (Transferred to JR Gonzalez)
  • Type: R package - see MultiDataSet at Bioconductor
  • Publication: C Hernandez-Ferrer; BMC Bioinform.; 2017

In development

epimutacions

  • Short description: epimutacions (the name of the package is in Catalan) is a package that uses microarray DNA methylation data to identify epimutations, defined as a sequence of CpGs with aberrant methylation level but not enough to be discovered in case-control studies. The goal is to implement and collect already published methods, compute the burden of epimutations in a cohort of generally healthy population, and apply the method to accelerate rare disease diagnostic.
  • Role: Contributor
  • Type: R package - publication process in progress

Deprecated or discontinued

CTDquerier

affy2sv

  • Short description: The R package affy2sv was build in order to incorporate data from the most common Affymetrix SNP array to downstream R pipelines identifying different genomic aberrations like chromosomal inversion or copy number variants.
  • Role: Author (Transferred to JR Gonzalez)
  • Type: R package - see it’s source code in github
  • Publication: C Hernandez-Ferrer; BMC Bioinform.; 2015