Metagenomic data visualization software tools | Shotgun metagenomic sequencing data analysis
The NGS (next generation sequencing)-based metagenomic data analysis is becoming the mainstream for the study of microbial communities. Faced with a large amount of data in metagenomic research, effective data visualization is important for scientists to effectively explore, interpret and manipulate such rich information. The visualization of the metagenomic data, especially multi-sample data, is one of the most critical challenges. The different data sample sources, sequencing approaches and heterogeneous data formats make robust and seamless data visualization difficult.
Provides various next-generation sequencing (NGS) data analysis applications which are developed or optimized by Illumina, or from a growing ecosystem of third-party app providers. BAseSpace is a cloud platform that can be integrated with the industry’s leading sequencing platforms, without cumbersome or time consuming data transfer steps.
An open source and web browser enabled tool with a versatile command line interface that allows researchers to perform rapid exploratory investigations of 3D visualizations of microbial community data, such as the widely used principal coordinates plots. EMPeror includes a rich set of controllers to modify features as a function of the metadata. By being specifically tailored to the requirements of microbial ecologists, EMPeror thus increases the speed with which insight can be gained from large microbiome datasets.
Discovers novel hypothesis in complex datasets through visual exploration. Mirador can be employed to find correlation patterns from the data. It underlies statistical module that ranks the associations. This tool can conduct a bootstrap significance test to estimate if the variables are independent within a confidence level set through the interface.
An integrated collection of tools with which researchers can visualize and analyze data for microbial population structures and distributions. The project includes visualization tools such as heat maps that simultaneously compare the taxonomic distributions of multiple datasets and 3-D charts of the frequency distributions of 16S rRNA tags. Analytical tools include Chao diversity estimates and rarefaction curves. As a service to the community, researchers have the opportunity to upload their own data to the site for private viewing with the full range of data and analysis tools. Public data can be downloaded for further analysis locally.
Allows visual analysis of the relationships between taxonomic and functional abundances across microbiome samples. BURRITO provides an interface for exploring taxonomic and functional abundances independently. It can display the links between these two microbiome facets and highlighting the share of each function’s total abundance that is attributed to each taxon. This tool can be useful for microbial ecology researches.
Brings together many aspects of today’s cutting-edge genomic, metagenomic, and metatranscriptomic analysis practices to address a wide array of needs. Anvi’o is an advanced analysis and visualization platform that offers automated and human-guided characterization of microbial genomes in metagenomic assemblies, with interactive interfaces that can link ‘omics data from multiple sources into a single, intuitive display. It empowers researchers without extensive bioinformatics skills to perform and communicate in-depth analyses on large ‘omics datasets.