Installation via Conda¶
This is as quick as it gets. The following commands will install Bactopia and run a test dataset.
# Install Bactopia using Mamba mamba create -y -n bactopia -c conda-forge -c bioconda bactopia # Test Bactopia # First launch will set up environments (e.g. Conda, Docker, or Singularity) conda activate bactopia bactopia -profile test,standard
-profile to change environment
The default profile for Bactopia is Conda. If you would like to test using Docker or
Singularity, you can use the
-profile option. For example, to use Docker you would use
-profile test,docker, and
-profile test,singularity for Singularity.
Run from GitHub Repository¶
Alternatively, if you already have Nextflow installed, and you don't want to use Conda to install Bactopia, you can run Bactopia directly from the GitHub repository.
nextflow run bactopia/bactopia -profile test,standard
Missing out on helper commands
The Conda install of Bactopia comes with a few helper commands that are not available when running directly with Nextflow. These include commands to help prepare sample sheets, search public databases, pre-build environments, among other helper tools.