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Welcome to the metabarcode | metagenomic | metagenetic | microbiome enrichment toolkit ----------------------------------------------------------------------- **Supplemental Pages** - [Computational Problems with the Analysis of Metabarcodes][1] - [What is eDNA?][2] - [Why Containers?][3] - [The Query][4] - [The How of met][5] A long standing problem in Environmental DNA has been the inability to compute across large number of datasets. Here we introduce an Open Source software framework that can store a large number of Environmental DNA datasets, as well as provide a platform for analysis, in an easily customizable way. **Author summary** `met` is a new software framework which utilizes large numbers of metabarcode datasets to draw conclusions about patterns of diversity at large spatial scales. Given more accurate estimations on the distribution of variance in metabarcode datasets, this software framework could facilitate novel analyses that are outside thescope of currently available similar platforms. The capabilities of met allow the researcher to think about what could be achieved in data reuse and data utility, while the coding of met is especially a practice in solving the research problems that hold back that kind of analysis. [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]:
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