Motivation: Copy-number variants (CNVs) are one of the major causes of genetic disorders. However, current methods for CNV calling have high false-positive rates and low concordance, and a few of them can accurately genotype CNVs. Results: Here we propose CNV-PG (CNV Predicting and Genotyping), a machine-learning framework for accurately predicting and genotyping CNVs from paired-end sequencing data. CNV-PG can efficiently remove false positive CNVs from existing CNV discovery algorithms, and integrate CNVs from multiple CNV callers into a unified call set with high genotyping accuracy. Availability: CNV-PG is available at https://github.com/wonderful1/CNV-PG ### Competing Interest Statement The authors have declared no competing interest.
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