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Re: Dinofest papers

Thomas R. Holtz, Jr. wrote:

> You might want to check the Tree of Life and Hennig Society websites (sorry,
> don't have those handy) for lots of other phylogenetic software out there
> for Windows and DOS.

http://ag.arizona.edu/ENTO/tree/phylogeny.html  for the TOL.

One of the more popular analytical tools on the DOS side is Hennig86,
which is not at all user friendly, but preferred by some.  There is no
MacClade equivalent for Hennig86 in Windows, though a program called
Clados is often used for postanalytical work.

Nevertheless, if you're serious about systematics, you'll want to learn
PAUP, since that's the predominant package.


Christopher A. Brochu
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