Statistical data of database



    Microbiome Novelty Score (MNS) is proposed to evaluate the compositional uniqueness of a microbiome sample when compared to all microbiomes in the database. A higher MNS means lower similarity to those microbiomes that have previously been sampled, suggesting higher novelty. MNS starts from 2010, and is not applicable for samples produced/published before 2010.




      Microbiome Attention Score (MAS) is proposed to measures the connectivity of a given sample to all subsequent samples in the database. A higher MAS means more samples with similarity or samples with higher similarity had been sequenced, suggesting higher attention from the scientific community for this input sample.MAS starts from 2010, and is not applicable for samples produced/published before 2010.