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Refering to genotype-level variables in VariantEval
While running VariantEval, I'm trying to stratify by a JexlExpression by setting using
-ST Sample -ST JexlExpression -select "GQ>20"
This fails with a "variable does not exist" error despite the GQ existing in all genotypes in the vcf. Looking at the code it seems that the pathway that loads the JexlExpression in the VariantEval class specifically does not provide the genotype as context (only the VariantContext) and thus, the context for the Jexl does not include GT and the error is produced.
My question is: Is this a feature or a bug? It seems possible to add the genotype (when the VC only has one, or loop over the genotypes and either OR or AND the results (perhaps another input similar to -isr?), but perhaps I'm missing something subtle?
Would you like this behavior or are you happy with the current operation of jexlExpression?