CallSet: A call set is a collection of variant calls, typically for one sample. It belongs to a variant set.

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	// Genotype: The genotype of this variant call. Each value represents
	// either the value of the referenceBases field or a 1-based index into
	// alternateBases. If a variant had a referenceBases value of T and an
	// alternateBases value of ["A", "C"], and the genotype was [2, 1], that
	// would mean the call represented the heterozygous value CA for this
	// variant. If the genotype was instead [0, 1], the represented value
	// would be TA. Ordering of the genotype values is important if the
	// phaseset is present. If a genotype is not called (that is, a . is
	// present in the GT string) -1 is returned.
	Genotype []int64 `json:"genotype,omitempty"`

	// GenotypeLikelihood: The genotype likelihoods for this variant call.
	// Each array entry represents how likely a specific genotype is for
	// this call. The value ordering is defined by the GL tag in the VCF
	// spec. If Phred-scaled genotype likelihood scores (PL) are available
	// and log10(P) genotype likelihood scores (GL) are not, PL scores are
	// converted to GL scores. If both are available, PL scores are stored
	// in info.
	GenotypeLikelihood []float64 `json:"genotypeLikelihood,omitempty"`

	// Info: A string which maps to an array of values.
	Info map[string][]string `json:"info,omitempty"`

	// Phaseset: If this field is present, this variant call's genotype
	// ordering implies the phase of the bases and is consistent with any
	// other variant calls in the same reference sequence which have the
	// same phaseset value. When importing data from VCF, if the genotype
	// data was phased but no phase set was specified this field will be set
	// to *.
	Phaseset string `json:"phaseset,omitempty"`