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Amplicon sequencing of 16S, ITS, and 18S regions of microbial genomes is a commonly used first step toward understanding microbial communities of interest for human health, agriculture, and the environment. Correlation network analysis is an emerging tool for investigating the interactions within these microbial communities. However, when data from different habitats (e.g sampling sites, host genotype, etc.) are combined into one analysis, habitat filtering (co-occurrence of microbes due todoi:10.1101/467365 fatcat:6ayukoggxnbjjkdlq2mxizrrji