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We understand not everyone needs the full analysis capabilities of SVS, but would still benefit from viewing a colleague’s projects, results, and plots. SVS Viewer makes collaboration easy, and it's completely free.

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The SNP and Variation Suite (SVS) Viewer is a collaboration tool used to view analysis results completed in the full version of SVS. The SVS Viewer cannot be used to complete tutorials or perform analysis.

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