Summary: SimulateCNVs is a fast and novel software application for simulating CNVs in WES and WGS data. Current NGS simulators can not simulate rearranged genomes and their alignment files for WES data and are not easy to use. Here, we present SimulateCNVs, the first software application that can simulate CNVs in both WES and WGS data, which is easy to install, has many unique features and can output rearranged genomes, short reads and bam files in a single command. Availability: SimulateCNVs is freely available from https://yjulyxing.github.io/ Contact: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
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