I agree, Treeview also allows you to cut and paste the tree into another
program (eg. Macdraw) for further manipulations such as name, font and
de at mole.bio.cam.ac.uk
In article <60oce7$kct at net.bio.net>, James McInerney <jamm at nhm.ac.uk> wrote:
> Michael Man wrote:
> > I have generated a phylogeny tree from a large set of sequences (250)
> > using PROTPARS and DRAWTREE programs in PHYLIP. But the names of
> > sequences on my tree are too small to read. I have tried to use different
> > font files without any improvement. Can anyone suggest a better way or
> > different program to solve this problem?
> > Thanks.
> > -michael
>> Presuming that you use either a mac or a windows machine, one of the nicest,
> mose user-friendly tree viewing programs is treeview. It is available on the
> web from:
>> It will allow you to carry out a great many different tree manipulations that
> might serve to fulfill your requirements.
>> Hope this is of some assistance.