Data from: Anacapa Toolkit: an environmental DNA toolkit for processing multilocus metabarcode datasets

Emily E. Curd, Zack Gold, Gaurav S. Kandlikar, Jesse Gomer, Max Ogden, Taylor O'Connell, Lenore Pipes, Teia M. Schweizer, Laura Rabichow, Meixi Lin, Baochen Shi, Paul H. Barber, Nathan Kraft, Robert Wayne & Rachel S. Meyer
1. Environmental DNA (eDNA) metabarcoding is a promising method to monitor species and community diversity that is rapid, affordable, and non-invasive. Longstanding needs of the eDNA community are modular informatics tools, comprehensive and customizable reference databases, flexibility across high-throughput sequencing platforms, fast multilocus metabarcode processing, and accurate taxonomic assignment. As bioinformatics tools continue to improve, addressing each of these demands within a single bioinformatics toolkit is becoming a reality. 2. Here we present an open...
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