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PHY*FI: fast and easy online creation and manipulation of phylogeny color figures

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PHY*FI: fast and easy online creation and manipulation of phylogeny color figures
nd: The need to depict a phylogeny, or some other kind of abstract tree, is very frequently experienced by researchers from a broad range of biological and computational disciplines. Thousands of papers and talks include phylogeny figures, and often during everyday work, one would like to quickly get a graphical display of, e.g., the phylogenetic relationship between a set of sequences as calculated by an alignment program such as ClustalW or the phylogenetic package Phylip. A wealth of software tools capable of tree drawing exists; most are comprehensive packages that also perform various types of analysis, and hence they are available only for download and installing. Some online tools exist, too. Results: This paper presents an online tool, PHY
Jakob Fredslund
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where BMCBI
Authors Jakob Fredslund
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