The original software was about to release version 2 (https://twitter.com/jsPhyloSVG/status/169180192361811968) back in February 2012. However, nothing was released and all communication via their twitter ceased. Rod Page and I briefly discussed the idea they might have "sold out" to Elsevier (http://iphylo.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/elsevier-articles-have-interactive.html#comment-730119264) and a promised (via email) early v2 draft never surfaced.
I still think it is useful and has potential in other projects as a starting point. So, I am placing the old v1.55 code here, as there was no original public source-managed repository of their code and I couldn't find anyone else with a submission. Hopefully, as the code was released under GPL that is acceptable, and maybe some others will fork and add to the features, I am happy to receive pull requests etc. I intend to use it for a few demo projects of my own and will probably put them in a different branch...
The PhyloXML standard allows adding color to branches and node names
in the XML. The original
jsphylosvg.js code ignores the color
jsphylosvg-color.js automatically colors branches and nodes
according to the PhyloXML standard.
color tag like this:
<clade> <name>a</name> <branch_length>1.8</branch_length> <color> <red>255</red> <green>0</green> <blue>0</blue> </color> </clade>
and the branch connecting to label
a will be colored red.
A larger example
<clade> <branch_length>2.0</branch_length> <confidence type="bootstrap">75</confidence> <property ref="style:font_color" datatype="xsd:token" applies_to="node">#ff00ff</property> <!-- color the bootstrap label --> <color> <!-- to color the branch leading to the bootstrap label --> <red>153</red> <green>255</green> <blue>153</blue> </color> <clade> <name>b</name> <branch_length>1.3</branch_length> <property ref="style:font_color" datatype="xsd:token" applies_to="node">#ff9933</property> <!-- color branch label 'b' --> </clade> </clade>
Running this example
examples/color for a working examle.
cd into that directory
python -m SimpleHTTPServer to set up a server. Then navigate
color.html page in Firefox (Chrome doesn't want to render the
I copied the entire website using wget "wget -k -K -E -r -l 10 -p -N -F --restrict-file-names=windows -nH" in order to preserve the examples pages in case the online version ceases at some point (currently the domain is set to renew in 2014). I understand that these materials may no be under the GPL license of the source code and so will remove it at the request of an original author unless they do not have objections.
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