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Re: Cladistics for Linux

In article <20050921084212.ADA9343F9A@localhost.localdomain>, Mike 
Taylor wrote:
> Does anyone know of a Linux program for doing cladistic analyses?
> Thanks.
       One of the UK Linux mags did a feature on Linux in 
bioinformatics a year or so ago, which I *think* included references to 
one or more cladistics programs. Trouble is, that mag long since went 
the way of all dead trees.
       Googling I rapidly came up with a list of "parsimony" programs 
which would seem in the direction you're looking for (from 
excluding ones not listed as having source available, on the assumption 
that if you can get the source, you can make it work on Linux):
    * PAUP*
    * PHYLIP
    * Phylo_win
    * sog
    * gmaes
    * LVB
    * TAAR
    * ARB
    * MALIGN
    * POY
    * TNT
    * TCS
    * GAPars 
    * PAUPRat
    * Mesquite
    * FootPrinter
    * BPAnalysis 
    Which one best suits your needs ...
 Aidan Karley,
 Aberdeen, Scotland,
 Location: 57°10' N,  02°09'  W (sub-tropical Aberdeen), 0.021233
 Written at Wed, 21 Sep 2005 21:16 +0100

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