Automated taxonomy decoration onto a tree
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tax2tree

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tax2tree assists in decorating an existing taxonomy onto a phylogenetic tree with overlapping tip names.

An example test tree and input consensus set can be found in tests/data. Once tax2tree is installed and paths are setup appropriately (see INSTALL), you can run the following to reproduce the output seen in Figure 1 in McDonald et al. 2011.

$ t2t decorate -t tests/data/test_consistency.ntree -m tests/data/test_consistency.cons -o test_output

Contact information

Daniel McDonald (mcdonadt@colorado.edu)