Hi (probably) @cmartino or other appropriate person,
I know at one point you mentioned that it's gradient-aware but not longitudinal. In the examples from both the original paper, a study of the built enviroment of SARS-CoV2 by Rob Knight's group and an infant transplantation study, it looks like Gemelli was applied to look at dyanmics after the intervention/grouping. (i.e. comparing comparing vaginal/cesarean born-infants; IBD patients vs healthy controls).
Is this the recommend use case, rather than say, working with something where there's a baseline sample followed by an intervention?