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Jan T. Kim kim at mpiz-koeln.mpg.de
Thu Sep 14 12:10:21 EST 1995


Dear all,

I am looking for software to interactively design the layout of phylogenetic
trees. The program should be able to read PHYLIP treefiles (New Hampshire
format) and allow the positioning of branches and subtrees to resolve
collisions.
    I would prefer a package with source code that compiles on Unix systems
with X, and that includes a specification of the layout format, so I could
write own programs to create layouts which could then be further refined
interactively. However, any pointers to tree layout software on almost any
platform (Atari, Macintosh, DOS, Windows...) would be very welcome.

Thank you in advance for any info.

Kind regards, Jan T. Kim
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