Parameters | Genome Views | Annotation SAS Data Set

Annotation SAS Data Set
Specify the annotation SAS data set that contains annotation information (for example, Chromosome and Position). It is merged with the Input SAS Data Set to create a new data set.
Annotation Data Sets
An Annotation Data Set contains biological or chemical information and properties about genes, SNPs, probes, probesets, or peptides. This annotation information comes from various online Bioinformatics resources, including government agencies, academic organizations and commercial entities. It is used to create a custom Annotation Data Set for your analysis.
The structure of an annotation data set and the information that it provides can vary depending on the nature of the experiment, the source of the data and the application that generated it. The table below lists information commonly contained in an Annotation Data Set. Keep in mind that different providers might name annotation information differently.
An accession number is a unique identifier given to a biological polymer sequence (such as DNA or a protein) when it is submitted to a sequence database (GenBank, EMBL, DDBJ).
A unique identifier assigned to a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) when it is submitted to the SNP database. Also known as an 'rs' ID.
For detailed information about the files and data sets used or created by JMP Life Sciences software, see Files and Data Sets.
To Specify the Annotation SAS Data Set:
The method used for this specification can vary depending on whether JMP is connected to SAS on your local machine or connected to SAS on a server. You should refer to the Specifying Folders, Files, and Data Sets documentation for detailed information.
To View the Contents of the Specified Data Set:
Click Open.