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1.1.6 Major changes: Nine studies added. Revised specification for node tables. Introduced “Environment” nodes. Minor changes. Corrected an error in weights for BioProject SRP052240 (weights were higher than their real value). Checked and corrected all weights for minor rounding errors. Solved a problem related to OTU node merging in Gephi. Corrected wrong labels for some OTUs. Developed by EP. January 2016.
1.0.3 Minor miscellaneous changes. Developed by EP. September 2015.
1.0.2 Updated DOI for Mozzarella samples, fixed an issue with the visualisation. Developed by EP. September 2015.
1.0 Second public version of FoodMicrobionet, including 17 studies. Presented as an oral communication to Microbial Diversity 2015, Perugia, October 2015. Developed by EP. May 2015.
0.6.2 First public version of FoodMicrobionet, including 9 studies. Developed by EP. March 2015.
0.5.1 Beta version of FoodMicrobionet. Developed by EP. January 2015.
The web site is finally available. Check carefully all pages and posts and suggest modifications if needed.
The call for contributors to FoodMicrobionet v 2 is open: core group members are encouraged to recruit new contributors.
FoodMicrobionet was presented as an oral communication at the 3rd International Conference on Microbial Diversity (Perugia, Italy, October 27-29, 2015). Cite this version as: Parente E., Cocolin L., De Filippis, F., Zotta T., Ferrocino I., Neviani E., De Angelis M., Di Cagno R., Cotter P. D., Ercolini D. 2015. FoodMicrobionet: a tool for the visualisation and analysis of the structure of bacterial food microbial communities. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Microbial Diversity, Perugia, October 27-29, 2015, pp 91-94. Click here to access version history.
Welcome to the FoodMicrobionet website. FoodMicrobionet is a database and visualisation tool for data generated by amplicon targeted high-throughput sequencing studies for the analysis of food bacterial communities.