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Figure 1: HMVV hardware configuration. HMVV is installed on a Linux server that is maintained as a clinical grade bioinformatics resource. HMVV processes the data generated by the four NGS instruments used in our clinical laboratory. Data are transferred to the server either in real time (Illumina instruments) or using a scheduled rsync command (Life Technologies instruments) and are automatically backed up daily to a separate offsite storage device. The user interfaces using HMVV. HMVV: Houston Methodist Variant Viewer

Figure 1: HMVV hardware configuration. HMVV is installed on a Linux server that is maintained as a clinical grade bioinformatics resource. HMVV processes the data generated by the four NGS instruments used in our clinical laboratory. Data are transferred to the server either in real time (Illumina instruments) or using a scheduled rsync command (Life Technologies instruments) and are automatically backed up daily to a separate offsite storage device. The user interfaces using HMVV. HMVV: Houston Methodist Variant Viewer