Elhanan Borenstein, Ph.D.

Dept of Genome Sciences
University of Washington

3720 15th Ave NE
Foege Building, S103B
Box 355065
Seattle, WA 98195-5065

Phone: (206) 685-8165
Fax: (206) 685-7301

EMPANADA is a tool for evidence-based, non-uniform, and sample-specific assignment of gene families to pathways in metagenomic data.

» EMPANADA>Code (GitHub; pip-installable)
  Download the empanada source code from GitHub repository and learn how to use it.

If you are using empanada please cite the following paper:
Ohad Manor and Elhanan Borenstein, Revised computational metagenomic processing uncovers hidden and biologically meaningful functional variation in the human microbiome. Microbiome, 5:19, 2017.