EPI2ME Labs maintains a collection of Nextflow bioinformatics workflows tailored to Oxford Nanopore Technologies long-read sequencing data. They are curated and actively maintained by experts in long-read sequence analysis.
We are excited to offer our bioinformatics solutions using the Nextflow reactive workflow framework. Nextflow has been selected as a preferred framework because of its integration with container technologies, software package managers and its scalability to cluster- and cloud-scale installations. Nextflow also has growing user adoption through projects such as nf-core. These advantages will help us deliver varied workflows with minimal requirements for the installation of additional software.
See the Quick Start page for a walkthrough of using our workflows through EPI2ME Labs. Our workflows are also freely available to use from the command-line on Linux, macOS, and Windows through WSL2. See our Workflow Command-line Usage page for more information.
Below you will find a complete list of available workflows with a short description of each. Each description is accompanied by a link to the Github repository hosting the workflow and a sample workflow report.
SILVA_138_1. (Sample report) (Documentation)