The brand new 4.0 version of the GATK was released -- at long last! -- on Tuesday Jan 9, 2018.

In lieu of our traditional version highlights, for this release we have collected the following resources:

Coming soon: The GATK4 migration guide will detail the key differences at the level of tools and command lines that you should watch out for when you upgrade to using GATK4 in your own work.



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