Q5. I had unchecked the ‘All Aligned Reads’ option in Strand 2.1, but it is still seen in GeneSpring.

All aligned reads read list is the master list that contains information on reads available in all the samples. The resulting read lists from any operations are added as child lists to all aligned reads read list. Hence, even if it was unselected during export, the tool creates a new “All aligned reads” read list to which any other child list (user selected list for export) is attached.
However, the number of reads in this new all aligned reads read list would differ. It only includes
read information from the read lists that were selected for export.

Q4. Why is it mandatory to export samples?

Samples are imported for the purpose of grouping and interpretation creation in GeneSpring. Using the exported sample information you will be able to create new interpretations in GeneSpring for performing Multi-Omic Analysis .

Q3. Can I export experiments from GeneSpring to Strand NGS?

No, experiments cannot be transferred from GeneSpring to Strand NGS.

Q2. What object types can be exported from Strand NGS 2.1?

The following types of objects can be exported from Strand NGS 2.1:
● Your selection of read lists, region lists, and data sets,
● By default all sample names, experiment grouping and interpretation information,
● By default all the entity lists and their associated data from analyses like SNP Effect Analysis, for example.

Q1. How can I transfer data from Strand NGS 2.1 to GeneSpring 13.0?

Transfer of data from Strand NGS 2.1 to GeneSpring 13.0 involves exporting the desired experiment from Strand NGS and importing it into GeneSpring:
To export data from Strand NGS 2.1, follow these steps:
● Right-click on the experiment of interest in the Project Navigator
● Select “Export experiment for GeneSpring”
● Select the objects to be exported
● Specify a location to save the .expt file
To import the Strand NGS experiment in GeneSpring 13.0:
● Open the project of interest

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