Tom O. Delmont of anvi'o


Microbial ecologist who seeks to understand small and large-scale ecological patterns in the microbial world.


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Intellectual contributions

Some contributions are more than code. Inevitably, this manually curated list will be incomplete for almost everyone, but nevertheless, we try to keep track of key contributions made by memebers of the anvi'o commmunity to the platform and its users. Edit these files to help.

  • Initiated and supervised the development of anvi'o tools to reconstruct genomes from metagenomes.

Resource contributions

Tutorials and exercises

Kinds of write-ups that typically use mock or simple datasets to describe basic concepts and how to accomplish common tasks in anvi'o often with hands-on experience.

Anvi'o tools for microbial population genetics A theoretical tutorial describing how to characterize SNVs, SCVs and SAAVs with anvi’o, and how to interpret the output.
microbial population genetics theoretical intermediate
A primer on anvi'o with the Infant Gut Dataset A tutorial that walks you through some of the most fundamental aspects of anvi'o and its application to a real-world dataset organized in multiple interconnected chapters, which all use the same dataset.
metagenomics binning pangenomics phylogenomics microbial population genetics hands-on beginner

Articles, workflows, opinions

Key insights into specific topics and can be useful to more advanced users and 'omics enthusiasts in general.

Binning giant viruses and their close relatives A demonstration of how to reconstruct genomes of giant viruses.
metagenomics viruses binning intermediate
Inspecting the genomic link between Archaea and Eukaryota An easy-to-follow diary of resolving a composite Lokiarchaeum genome bin.
metagenomics binning beginner