genetic distances

Robert Rumpf Rumpf.1 at osu.edu
Tue Jul 19 15:01:19 EST 1994


In article <199407191906.OAA27492 at grunt.ksu.ksu.edu>, dzolek at ksu.ksu.edu
(D. Z. Skinner) wrote:

> Does anyone out there know of a computer program (preferably Mac) that will
> generate an unbroken matrix of genetic distances from 1,0 data (presence or
> absence of RFLP fragments in this case).  I know PAUP will generate the
> matrix, but breaks it up to fit on a printed page.  What I need to do is
> generate the matrix and work on it with other programs. 
> 
> 
Try pasting each page of the PAUP output into a spreadsheet, in the proper
place to assemble the complete table.

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