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Re: Phylip for Cladistics
I find Phylip unwieldy, specially since it has many programs and you
have to know each one to obtain satisfactory results, I began with it,
a year ago, but now I am beginning to think that it might be better to
write my own program to suit my needs, I believe, that with a basic
knowledge of an object-oriented programming language, it is possible
to make a program using the algorithm of your choice, since
Felsenstein makes the source code for Phylip availabe in his website,
I am working on that.
I still don't know if this is going to work for me, I might give up
later, but for now, I still think I can make it.
If any of you has tried something similar, please let me know.
On 9/24/05, David Marjanovic <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Has anyone use the "Phylip" suite of programs
> > to do a cladistic analysis?
> I haven't seen it used for morphology. _It cannot deal with unordered
> multistate characters._ (Let alone stepmatrices.) Plus it's
> user-unfriendly -- you have to keep track of all the infiles and outfiles it
> needs and creates.