(Mohammad Syamsul Rijal)
April 9, 2022, 5:52pm
Hi, i am trying to determining the core bacteria of my samples. as far as i know, we can determine the core bacteria with heatmaps that generate by the different of frequency of occurences from each bacteria in all habitats, just like did in these graphs.
Multi-kingdom characterization of the core equine fecal microbiota based on multiple equine (sub)species | Animal Microbiome | Full Text
however, i really don't know how they did it.
by the way here is some of my data,
OTU Table Genus.tsv (4.1 KB)
does anybody can help me, please?
Take a look at
this thread and the plugin feature-table heatmap for building a heatmap, and some of the functions that are helpful along the way.
For your first question, check out
qiime feature-table core-features, which lets you identity the core bacteria with high prevalence across your samples without a heatmap.
Of course, let us know if you have any questions!
May 11, 2022, 12:41am
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