restriction sites data

[Icon] RESTML. Estimation of phylogenies by maximum likelihood using restriction sites data (not restriction fragments but presence/absence of individual sites). It employs the Jukes-Cantor symmetrical model of nucleotide change, which does not allow for differences of rate between transitions and transversions. This program is VERY slow.

[Icon] RESTDIST. Distances calculated from restriction sites data or restriction fragments data. The restriction sites option is the one to use to also make distances for RAPDs or AFLPs. The distances can then be used with the distance matrix programs

[Icon](In addition, we can use the discrete character (0,1) programs to do parsimony methods on restriction sites.

[Icon] SEQBOOT. Reads in a data set, and produces multiple data sets from it by bootstrap resampling. Since most programs in the current version of the package allow processing of multiple data sets, this can be used together with the consensus tree program CONSENSE to do bootstrap (or delete-half-jackknife) analyses with most of the methods in this package. This program also allows the Archie/Faith technique of permutation of species within characters.

[Icon] CONSENSE. Computes consensus trees by the majority-rule consensus tree method, which also allows one to easily find the strict consensus tree. Does NOT compute the Adams consensus tree. Trees are input in a tree file in standard nested-parenthesis notation, which is produced by many of the tree estimation programs in the package. This program can be used as the final step in doing bootstrap analyses for many of the methods in the package.

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