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       cnvkit_reference - Compile a coverage reference from the given files (normal samples).


       usage: cnvkit reference [-h] [-f FASTA] [-o FILENAME] [-c]

       [--min-cluster-size NUM]
              [-x {m,y,male,Male,f,x,female,Female}] [-y] [-t TARGETS] [-a ANTITARGETS] [--no-gc]
              [--no-edge] [--no-rmask] [references ...]

   positional arguments:
              Normal-sample target or antitarget .cnn files, or the directory that contains them.

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -f FASTA, --fasta FASTA
              Reference genome, FASTA format (e.g. UCSC hg19.fa)

       -o FILENAME, --output FILENAME
              Output file name.

       -c, --cluster
              Calculate and store summary stats for clustered subsets of the normal samples  with
              similar coverage profiles.

       --min-cluster-size NUM
              Minimum cluster size to keep in reference profiles.

       -x  {m,y,male,Male,f,x,female,Female},  --sample-sex {m,y,male,Male,f,x,female,Female}, -g
       {m,y,male,Male,f,x,female,Female}, --gender {m,y,male,Male,f,x,female,Female}
              Specify the chromosomal sex of all given samples as male or female. (Default: guess
              each sample from coverage of X and Y chromosomes).

       -y, --male-reference, --haploid-x-reference
              Create  a  male  reference:  shift  female samples' chrX log-coverage by -1, so the
              reference chrX average is -1. Otherwise, shift male samples' chrX  by  +1,  so  the
              reference chrX average is 0.

   To construct a generic,  flat" copy number reference with neutral expected coverage:"
       -t TARGETS, --targets TARGETS
              Target intervals (.bed or .list)

       -a ANTITARGETS, --antitargets ANTITARGETS
              Antitarget intervals (.bed or .list)

   To disable specific automatic bias corrections:
              Skip GC correction.

              Skip edge-effect correction.

              Skip RepeatMasker correction.