Jan Hansen wrote:
> How do I get the boostrap confidence values for each node
> plotted on the graph, together with a bar indicating how
> much 10% sequence divergence is in horisontal direction?
> Neither drawgram nor drawtree support such feature?
>> My plots should be in postscript or other format.
> Any such phylo plot programs available for UNIX
As far as I know, if you bootstrap an alignment and make repeated
you loose all distance information. Indeed, each reconstruction use a
different alignment. Except if your divergence rates are constant across
whole sequence length, you will get a different distance each time.
The final consensus tree gives you a topology: "this node was found in
xx% of the cases". The length disappeared. A possible solution is
to plot the corresponding boostrap values on the actual nodes. You loose
topological information coming from the multiple analysis, however you
get very low bootstrap scores on the wrong nodes.
Another possibility is the "mirrored trees" with the OTUs in the middle,
the actual NJ tree on the left and the consensus tree (with bootstrap
values) on the right. To perform these two figures, the best is maybe
used a drawing software. I played a lot with Drawgram, Drawtree,
and Treeview, but finally, I drawed all my trees with Canvas and
Nicolas Le Nov=E8re, Neurobiologie Mol=E9culaire, INSTITUT PASTEUR
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