Community blog

This page lists blog posts written by the members of the anvi'o community and is open to anyone who wishes to share anything on their mind that is even remotely relevant to the rest of the anvi'o community.

Coding mistakes in bioinformatics, their consequences for research, and how to correct them The pitfalls of bioinformatics software development and the beauty of open-source code.
software development open science published: mon, feb 26, 2024 modified: mon, feb 26, 2024
Tara Oceans + anvi’o: The story behind Mirusviruses Constained binning, the anvi'o metabins, and phylogeny-guided genome-resolved metagenomics
viruses binning published: fri, may 19, 2023 modified: mon, jan 03, 2022
Constrained binning and the anvi’o metabins How to perform manual binning with anvi'o on large metagenomic assemblies
binning published: thu, may 18, 2023 modified: mon, jan 03, 2022
The Ruegeria pomeroyi digital microbe Showcasing our strategy for consolidating and sharing data with a C-CoMP model organism.
hands-on digital-microbe published: fri, feb 03, 2023
Some of Us at #ISME18 Some members of the anvi'o community, their science and experience with anvi'o
community testimonials published: wed, sep 14, 2022 modified: wed, sep 14, 2022
Future of anvi'o online communication: Part II It is now decided!
community published: mon, aug 29, 2022
Future of anvi'o online communication: Part I Help the anvi'o community decide which platform to use for communication
community published: tue, aug 09, 2022
Binning giant viruses and their close relatives with anvi'o A journey into the genomics of giant viruses and their close relatives
viruses binning published: mon, jan 03, 2022 modified: tue, jan 04, 2022
Targeted binning of a novel nitrogen-fixing population from the Arctic Ocean Using metabolism estimation to go fishing in some ocean metagenomes.
metagenomics binning metabolism published: wed, oct 20, 2021
Integrating AGNOSTOS gene categories into anvi'o projects Explore the unknown!
metagenomics gene function published: fri, may 28, 2021