PluMA: Plugin-Based Microbiome Analysis

Data Files

These data files are used in various example configuration files in PluMA.  You can download the ones you wish to use.  The easiest way to run existing examples will be to place these in the data/ directory of the PluMA source tree.




Our lightweight computational backend is implemented in C++ and dynamically loads and sequentially executes user-specified plugins to form a complete pipeline. A plaintext configuration file contains all plugins for the pipeline. Plugins may be written in different languages, including Python, CUDA, C++, R, and Perl. We have also supplied an example pipeline below, which includes two configuration file samples, and instructions on how to compile and run PluMA with the help of SCons (which can be downloaded from Scons) Click below to download the PluMA tar ball or user guide, or to access any other resources.