We have just released a major update to Search Companion, our Chrome extension for Mastermind. Key elements of this enhancement include functionality on eight new platforms, a more intuitive interface with deeper data, plus access is now available to all Chrome users, including those without a Mastermind account.
Continuing our discussion on CNV search in Mastermind, we’ll discuss the practical advantages of automated semantic searches, and explore how Mastermind’s powerful algorithm resolves sensitivity and specificity issues associated with multiple CNV nomenclatures.
Mastermind quickly sorts and prioritizes CNV results with automated, semantic search – but how can this be visualized? This blog will introduce our new “Stacked Pancake” Plot for CNVs, and will explore how it adds even more flexibility to your experience.
Mastermind now has greatly enhanced capabilities when searching for intronic and non-coding variants across the medical literature. I’m covering this major enhancement in two blog posts. In this post, I’ll demonstrate how we’ve applied this approach to improve the precision and prioritization of non-coding variant (and other nucleotide-specific variant nomenclature) searches in Mastermind.