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# Could DBGWAS be useful to me? - a quick glance at DBGWAS' output
You can find DBGWAS' output using several antibiotic resistance phenotypes within three bacterial species of various degrees of genome plasticity (Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa) here: http://leoisl.gitlab.io/DBGWAS_support/experiments/#DBGWAS_all_results .
You can find DBGWAS' output using several antibiotic resistance phenotypes within three bacterial species of various degrees of genome plasticity (Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa) here: http://pbil.univ-lyon1.fr/datasets/DBGWAS_support/experiments/#DBGWAS_all_results .
The input to each of these experiments are the IDs, phenotypes and contigs for each strain. The details of each dataset can be found in the [full text](#how-to-cite).
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The graph nodes were annotated with a resistance database composed by four sources (ResFinders, MEGAres, ArgAnnot and CARD) and the UniProt database of bacterial proteins (http://www.uniprot.org/).
The output can be found here: http://leoisl.gitlab.io/DBGWAS_support/full_dataset_visualization/
The output can be found here: http://pbil.univ-lyon1.fr/datasets/DBGWAS_support/full_dataset_visualization/
For reproducibility reasons, in the following you have easily the input data, annotation databases and command-line to generate the above output:
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## User case studies
Some interesting user case studies can be found here: [User case studies](http://leoisl.gitlab.io/DBGWAS_support/user_case_studies/index.html).
Some interesting user case studies can be found here: [User case studies](http://pbil.univ-lyon1.fr/datasets/DBGWAS_support/user_case_studies/index.html).
These case studies might help future users if they have a dataset similar to the ones tested here and wonder how DBGWAS would behave in their datasets.
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