Emperor is a next-generation tool for the analysis and visualization of large microbial ecology datasets; amongst its many features Emperor provides a modern user interface that will rapidly adjust to your data analysis workflow.
To start using Emperor, please refer to the installation notes.
Before contributing code to Emperor, please familiarize yourself with the contributing guidelines.
You can start using Emperor through QIIME2's interfaces (the command line or the graphical user interface), or alternatively using the Python interface (compatible with the Jupyter notebook, see this example). For more details, refer to our online documentation.
EMPeror: a tool for visualizing high-throughput microbial community data. GigaScience, 2013.
Bringing the Dynamic Microbiome to Life with Animations. Cell Host & Microbe, 2016.
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