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       create_matrix - calculate the genome abundance similarity matrix


       create_matrix [options] NAMES


       Calculate the similarity matrix.

       First,  a set of reads is simulated for every reference genome using a read simulator from
       core/ specified via -s.  Second, the simulated reads of each  species  are  mapped
       against  all  reference  genomes using the mapper specified with -m.  Third, the resulting
       SAM-files are analyzed to calculate the similarity matrix. The similarity matrix is stored
       as a numpy file (-o).


       NAMES  Filename  of  the names file; the plain text names file should contain one name per
              line. The name is used as identifier in the whole algorithm.

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -s SIMULATOR, --simulator=SIMULATOR
              Identifier of read simulator defined in core/ [default: none]

       -r REF, --reference=REF
              Reference sequence file pattern for the read simulator. Placeholder for the name is
              "%s". [default: ./ref/%s.fasta]

       -m MAPPER, --mapper=MAPPER
              Identifier of mapper defined in core/ [default: none]

       -i INDEX, --index=INDEX
              Reference  index  files  for  the  read  mapper.  Placeholder for the name is "%s".
              [default: ./ref/%s.fasta]

       -t TEMP, --temp=TEMP
              Directory to store temporary simulated datasets and SAM files. [default: ./temp]

       -o OUT, --output=OUT
              Output similarity matrix file. [default: ./similarity_matrix.npy]