QIIME 2 2020.11 is now available!

The QIIME 2 2020.11 release is now available! Thanks to everyone involved for their hard work!

As a reminder, our next planned QIIME 2 release is scheduled for February 2021 (QIIME 2 2021.2), but please stay tuned for updates.

Check out the QIIME 2 2020.11 docs for details on installing the latest QIIME 2 release, as well as tutorials and other resources. Get in touch on the QIIME 2 Forum if you run into any issues!

Virtual machine builds will be available sometime within the next week - watch this topic thread for an update!


Here’s the highlights of the release:

Happy QIIMEing! :snowflake: :

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I can’t pull the image of 2020.11 in docker with command docker pull quay.io/qiime2/core:2020.11 which is provided in https://docs.qiime2.org/2020.11/install/virtual/docker/, and I can’t also find qiime2 with tags 2020.11 as show below:


how to deal with it? thank you

Hi @zhonglin_ma - we haven’t built the VMs yet - please see the note above:

Stay tuned!

Hi @thermokarst

Release notes of dada2 version 1.18.0

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Yahoo! 2020.11 VMs are ready to go! Please take them for a test drive and let us know how it goes!

:sun_with_face: :snowman: :mountain:

https://docs.qiime2.org/2020.11/install/virtual/

Enjoy!

:qiime2:

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A post was split to a new topic: Trying to install QIIME 2 2020.11 on Windows

Looking for the 2020.11 release, ami-047e4e681eb328540, but it doesn’t seem to appear on region US West (Oregon)?

Hi @perdita - maybe try searching again, and make sure you copy-and-paste the entire AMI. Don’t forget to open the “Community AMIs” tab, too!

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Yes, I’ve searched under all tabs, in all regions. Is there some reason that it may not be appearing for me? I can see everything up to 2020.8.
edit: Today it shows up, thank you!

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