ANNOUNCEMENT : TREECON 3.0 for comfortable phylogeny !
schwarze at starbase1.caltech.edu
Thu Jun 2 20:28:08 EST 1994
In article <1994Jun2.183857.16852 at midway.uchicago.edu>,
ecec at quads.uchicago.edu (Eric Cabot) wrote:
> In article <schwarze-210594022958 at fennel.bio.caltech.edu> schwarze at starbase1.caltech.edu (Erich Schwarz) writes:
> >In article <2pl73q$j09 at sun2.ruf.uni-freiburg.de>,
> >rensing at sun1.ruf.uni-freiburg.de (Stefan Rensing) wrote:
> >> A disadvantage is that no parsimony or maximum likelihood methods are
> > ^^ ^^^^^^^^^
> >> to be run with TREECON.
> > Boooo! <throws spoiled fruit> ;^)
> >--Erich Schwarz
> Geez! Smiley or not, you've got a heck of a lot of nerve to criticize
> a software tool that someone has graciously made available to the scientific
> community at large. Why don't you just write your own gosh-darn
> parsimony program l'user?
<Erich's face reddens>
I was JOKING, dammit! JOKING!
Yeesh, wotta humor-challenged newsgroup, feh. :^/
(who actually finds Felsenstein's
arguments in favor of statistical
phylogenies way more convincing than
"Hennig-style" single-tree analyses)
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