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  • Alicia B
    started a topic cnvnator ouput viewing in IGV

    cnvnator ouput viewing in IGV

    Hello!

    I am very new to the world of bioinformatics (couple of months) and have started looking in to Copy Number variations (CNVs) of several organisms. I am currently using CNVnator to detect variations in a plant genome and am now trying to visualize my results in IGV. I am struggling to find a neat way to input all CNvnator results into IGV. Does anyone have experience with doing this?
    Is there a way to convert the CNVnator output into a VCF format or can I input the results in any other way? Basically what I want to do is visualize my CNVs in relation to the reference genome and all the gene annotations available for my species.

    Any advice much appreciated!

    A-

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