For additional information on MiGA, visit:
MiGA Online: The Microbial Genomes Atlas Online
MiGA users list: Forum to discuss with other users and developers
MiGA API docs:
Inner-workings of the
If you're like us, you probably want to see sofware in action from the get go. You have two options:
Rodriguez-R et al. 2018. The Microbial Genomes Atlas (MiGA) webserver: taxonomic and gene diversity analysis of Archaea and Bacteria at the whole genome level. Nucleic Acids Research 46(W1):W282-W288. doi:10.1093/nar/gky467.
Developed and maintained by Luis M. Rodriguez-R. MiGA is the result of a collaboration between Kostas Lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Rodriguez-R Lab at the University of Innsbruck, and RDP at Michigan State University.
See also the complete list of contributors.