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TIGER: Identifying rapidly-evolving characters in evolutionary data.

TIGER: Identifying rapidly-evolving characters in evolutionary data. About TIGER TIGER is open source software for identifying rapidly evolving sites (columns in an alignment, or characters in a morphological dataset). It can deal with many kinds of data (molecular, morphological etc.). Sites like these are important to identify as they are very often removed or reweighted […]

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CLANN: Software for inferring phylogenetic supertrees.

CLANN: Software for inferring phylogenetic supertrees. What is clann? Clann (the Irish word for “family”), is a free software program designed and written by Chris Creevey at the Bioinformatics and Molecular Evolution Unit at NUI Maynooth. The purpose of the program is to implement methods of determining the optimal phylogenetic supertree, given a set of […]

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