Yesterday I was reminded about a script I wrote a while ago, so might as well share it here. I wrote a command line script (python) to use Enrichr, based on their API and starting from their example code. So this isn't something very complicated or fancy, just convenient. I'm not affiliated to Enrichr. I just don't like leaving the command line and copy paste my gene list.
The script is available on github.
You can use it with a newline-separated list of gene symbols, or alternatively, it can read the list from stdin. This can be useful when piping the results of differential expression analysis or similar, just cut out the column containing gene symbols and pipe to the script. As of now it only accepts gene symbols and Enrichr is probably just for human genetics.
You can specify which database you want to query against, or just use a default set of databases. It's quite fast.
More detailed information is available in the README.
I welcome your feedback!