Phylip - WinXP
glykokalyx At hotmail.com
(by glykokalyx At hotmail.com)
Fri Nov 17 15:45:27 EST 2006
thank you for your reply!
Actually, I've just tried it with Treeview all the time. As I know it
from the time when we had Phylip running on winNT/2000.
I will try it with Drawtree now, though. Thanks to your hint!
Just baffled that Treeview cant open it, though it's supporting phylip
Thank you again for your helpfull post!
> There seems to be no problem with your protdist outfile. I pasted the
> matrix you gave in your first email into notepad and saved it as a text
> file and used it as input for Fitch on my windows XP system running
> phyllip. Fitch gave me a outfile and a OUTTREE files and it was as you
> mentioned "0 bytes". But that does not matter.
> I used DRAWTREE to open the file and it opened it well (inspite of
> the 0 bytes) and displayed a tree. I don't think it will open in
> treeview since it is not a recognised format. I have attached the
> bitmap output from drawtree.
> Best of luck
> -----Original Message-----
> From: methods-bounces At oat.bio.indiana.edu
> [mailto:methods-bounces At oat.bio.indiana.edu] On Behalf Of
> glykokalyx At hotmail.com
> Sent: Friday, November 17, 2006 11:07 AM
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> Subject: Re: Phylip - WinXP
> Thank you for the notice, Don! I'm going to cross-post it at the other
> group then, too.
> > You may get more answers via the sister Bionet newsgroup
> > bionet.software (email biosoft At net.bio.net )
> > with this and other bio-software questions, including from Joe
> > Phylip's author -- Don Gilbert
> > In article <1163778077.107193.278040 At e3g2000cwe.googlegroups.com> you
> > >Dear group-users!
> > >
> > >I got a problem with phylip running on winXP. Maybe someone has an
> > >idea. It would be appericated very much!
> > --
> > -- d.gilbert--bioinformatics--indiana-u--bloomington-in-47405
> > -- gilbertd At indiana.edu--http://marmot.bio.indiana.edu/
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