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  1. Official repository for the QIIME 2 framework.

    Python 361 202

  2. Interactive lessons in bioinformatics.

    Python 691 309

  3. scikit-bio is an open-source, BSD-licensed, Python package providing data structures, algorithms, and educational resources for bioinformatics.

    Python 733 243

  4. q2galaxy Public

    Forked from qiime2/q2galaxy

    Prototype interface for automatically generating Galaxy tools from QIIME 2 actions

  5. A web-based "serverless" viewer of QIIME 2 Artifacts and Visualizations

    JavaScript 10 17

  6. Prototype graphical user interface for QIIME 2

    JavaScript 14 20

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November 2022

Created 6 commits in 1 repository

Created a pull request in qiime2/package-integration that received 1 comment

TST: try using mambabuild instead

This is to see if we can avoid the persistent issues with resolution where conda's solver for testing seems to decide there's a mismatched MPI feat…

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Opened 5 other pull requests in 2 repositories
Reviewed 10 pull requests in 6 repositories
qiime2/package-integration 4 pull requests
qiime2/qiime2 2 pull requests
qiime2/q2cli 1 pull request
qiime2/data302 1 pull request
qiime2/q2-dada2 1 pull request
qiime2/vm-playbooks 1 pull request

Created an issue in conda-forge/r-png-feedstock that received 3 comments

Potential incompatibility with libpng on OS X

Solution to issue cannot be found in the documentation. I checked the documentation. Issue Hello, we're running into an issue between bioconda a…

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