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|Alternative name||Divide-And-Conquer Trees without Alignments|
|Interface||Command line interface|
|Restrictions to use||None|
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- person_outline Tandy Warnow
Publication for Divide-And-Conquer Trees without Alignments
Disk covering methods improve phylogenomic analyses
[…] The following theorem is a direct corollary of Theorem 1 in .Theorem 1: Let T be the true species tree, and let S1, S2,..., Sk be the subsets created by a DACTAL- or SSG-decomposition with T as the starting tree. Let ti be the true species tree on Si, i = 1, 2,..., k. Then the Strict Consensus Merger (and by extension also SuperFine+MRL), applied to the […]
AST: An Automated Sequence Sampling Method for Improving the Taxonomic Diversity of Gene Phylogenetic Trees
[…] o their high demands for computational resources, including both memory and time. Even software tools specifically designed for large datasets have to limit the size of an input dataset. For example, DACTAL is shown to be useful for datasets up to 28, 000 sequences, but the accuracy of alignments and associated trees decreases as the number of sequences increases.An additional reason for sequence […]
Next generation phylogenomics
[…] on MSAs, it avoids the bias created in MSAs, and provides conservative reliability estimates. Phylogenetic approaches that link sequence alignment to phylogenetic reconstruction, such as SATé  and Dactal , may be able to solve some of the MSA associated problems; however, as pointed out in the manuscript, approaches that are based on pairwise distances between sequences [,,] calculated withou […]
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