Funannotate is a genome prediction, annotation, and comparison software package. It was originally written to annotate fungal genomes (small eukaryotes ~ 30 Mb genomes), but has evolved over time to accomodate larger genomes. The impetus for this software package was to be able to accurately and easily annotate a genome for submission to NCBI GenBank. Existing tools (such as Maker) require significant manually editing to comply with GenBank submission rules, thus funannotate is aimed at simplifying the genome submission process.
module spider funannotate to find out what environment modules are available for this application.
- HPC_FUNANNOTATE_DIR - installation directory
- HPC_FUNANNOTATE_BIN - installation directory
If you are setting up funannotate for analysis you may have to run the following unannotate db setup job first:
if [[ ! -d config ]]; then module purge; module load augustus rsync -a $HPC_AUGUSTUS_CONF . fi export AUGUSTUS_CONFIG_PATH=$(pwd)/config funannotate setup -i all --update -d ./funannotate_db
Set the following environment variable in the job scripts for subsequent funannotate analyses.