This view displays a summary of unique variants grouped by population frequency.
It also displays gene frequencies, calculated as the number of samples with a variant in that gene divided by the total number of samples. The count of samples with a variant in that gene is taken after global filters have been applied.
Global filters affect this view. Any sample-based filters set here and/or variant filters set here determine what variants appear in this view. If no global filters are set, all are shown.
A chart at top summarizes the frequency distribution of unique variants, and underneath it displays the proportion of variant types in each frequency group. Counts per variant type are indicated on the color-coded rectangles.
The bottom plot displays gene frequencies.
For variant type rectangles that are too small to display counts, mouse over them to see those counts.
Drag an area of the gene frequency plot to select a subset of genes and view more information about them, and/or export data from that selection.