Batch Annotator returns zero values.
It returns double the number of snp zero rows. I tried to send an email with feedback on this issue but unfortunately did not receive a reply.
Sorry about that, for now we dont support rsID in batch annotation. We plan to add support for rsID in a couple of months.
However, when I enter the sample format, the same error occurs.
Also, when I enter the sample file provided by the website, the return value is as follows. Is this normal.
This is intended, when we don’t have the variant in our database. It will simply return 0’s.
The variants I input were in the FAVOR format: CHR-POS-REF-ALT
Below is roughly what was in the file:
The FAVOR result is still showing a value of 0. However, if I search for one of these variants alone, the results will be complete.
These variants work: 5-159393053-T-C and 7-107846457-C-T. Could there be a mix-up with the reference and alternate alleles on your side?