In article <Pine.OSF.3.91.950421011916.23539A-100000 at pioneer.nevada.edu>,
Margaret Novack <novackm at NEVADA.EDU> wrote:
>If there were a quickie program to read in all the trees, and allow the
>user to define the groups and produce an output file that contains the
>tree and grouping info. Then that file could be used as input for
>the program to select the comparison options and perform the comparisons
>and make the calculations. For tree files without grouping information,
>it would be assumed that only one group exists and options and
>comparisons could be selected accordingly.
That still leaves us without a "natural" syntax for specifying groups of trees,
and also proliferates programs a bit.
Joe Felsenstein joe at genetics.washington.edu (IP No. 126.96.36.199)
Dept. of Genetics, Univ. of Washington, Box 357360, Seattle, WA 98195-7360