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# labelNodeSupport: map node support values from parsimony, likelihood, and Bayesian phylogenies onto
# a single target tree as filled circles. This script uses some bits of code from various people,
# including Rich Glor, Luke Harmon, and Emmanuel Paradis.
# For more info on the filled circle plotting, see
# For more info on the subclade comparison and node support mapping, see
# Load necessary libraries
# The subfunction that atomizes a tree into each individual subclade and was provided compliments of Luke Harmon.
getAllSubtrees <- function(phy, minSize=2)
res <- list()
count = 1
ntip <- length(phy$tip.label)
for(i in 1:phy$Nnode)
l <- tips(phy, ntip+i)
bt <- match(phy$tip.label, l)
if(sum( == 0)
st <- phy
else st <- drop.tip(phy, phy$tip.label[])
res[[count]] <- st
count <- count+1
# The plotSupportSummary function will add a grey-filled circle on the maximum likelihood tree if at
# least one of the ML, parsimony, or Bayesian trees supports that node and will draw a black-filled
# circle if all three do. The subtree comparison was inspired by Rich Glor and the dot plotting was
# inspired by Emmanuel Paradis's R book. Both have been adapted and extended here.
plotSupportSummary <- function(targetTree, suppTree1, suppTree2)
targetTree <- ladderize(root(targetTree, "Outgroup_species")) # A visual manipulation of the RAxML output. Not necessary.
getAllSubtrees(targetTree) -> targetSub
getAllSubtrees(suppTree1) -> suppSub1
getAllSubtrees(suppTree2) -> suppSub2
suppList1 <- matrix("", Nnode(targetTree), 1)
suppList2 <- matrix("", Nnode(targetTree), 1)
#The commands below compare all the subclades in the targetTree tree to all the subclades in the other trees, and vice versa, and identifies
# all those clades that are identical. One for loop for each tree comparison with
for(i in 1:Nnode(targetTree))
for(j in 1:Nnode(suppTree1)) # suppTree1 is the bayesTree in this example
match(targetSub[[i]]$tip.label[order(targetSub[[i]]$tip.label)], suppSub1[[j]]$tip.label[order(suppSub1[[j]]$tip.label)]) -> shared
match(suppSub1[[j]]$tip.label[order(suppSub1[[j]]$tip.label)], targetSub[[i]]$tip.label[order(targetSub[[i]]$tip.label)]) -> shared2
round(as.numeric(suppTree1$node.label[j]), digits=2) -> suppList1[i]
for(j in 1:Nnode(suppTree2)) # suppTree2 is the mpTree in this example
match(targetSub[[i]]$tip.label[order(targetSub[[i]]$tip.label)], suppSub2[[j]]$tip.label[order(suppSub2[[j]]$tip.label)]) -> shared
match(suppSub2[[j]]$tip.label[order(suppSub2[[j]]$tip.label)], targetSub[[i]]$tip.label[order(targetSub[[i]]$tip.label)]) -> shared2
suppTree2$node.label[j] -> suppList2[i]
plot(targetTree, cex=0.5, lwd=0.5, direction='r', use.edge.length=FALSE, label.offset=1, no.margin=TRUE, x.lim=c(0.0000, 300), y.lim=c(0, 110))
# Color palette for filled circles. Change these to change the color of the circles.
co <- c("black", "grey", "white")
# Initilize character matrix for drawing node circles. Each matrix element corresponds to one node, in order of the targetTree.
p <- character(length(targetTree$node.label))
# Set all nodes to white
p[] <- co[3]
# If at least one tree provides good support, set node to grey. Change values here to change the "good support" threshold.
p[(as.numeric(targetTree$node.label) >= 70) | (suppList1 >= 0.90) | (suppList2 >= 70)] <- co[2]
# If all three trees provide good support, set node to black. These values should really be the same as above. Or not.
p[(as.numeric(targetTree$node.label) >= 70) & (suppList1 >= 0.90) & (suppList2 >= 70)] <- co[1]
# This for loop draws filled circles on only those nodes with good support from at least one method.
for(j in 1:Nnode(targetTree))
if(targetTree$node.label[[j]] != "" & p[j] != "white")
nodelabels("", j+length(targetTree$tip.label), cex=0.75, bg=p[j], pch=21, frame="n")
# Read in the trees
bayesTree <-"MrBayes.tre")
mlTree <- read.tree("RAxML.tre")
mpTree <-"TNT.tre")
# Call the ploting function
plotSupportSummary(mlTree, bayesTree, mpTree)