Seuqence enrichment analyis used in Genome Wide Association studies (GWAS)

SEER and PYSEER are statistical methods used to identify sequence elements enriched in a given phenotype.


SEER (sequence element enrichment analysis) is a statistical method that identifies sequence elements that are significantly enriched in a phenotype of interest.

PYSEER is a further implementation of seer written in python with additional features. Both pyseer and its predecessor, seer, allow for genome-wide association studies (GWAS) to be performed in clonal organisms such as bacteria and viruses.

View SEER on GitHub

View PYSEER documentation