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COMPARE 4.6b:
Phylogenetic Comparative Methods

Emília P. Martins, Indiana University

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Other phylogeny programs for analyzing comparative data:
  • Phylodendron - a program for drawing phylogenetic trees by Don Gilbert
  • PHYLIP - a huge, powerful, and friendly package of tree building and analysis programs. Available free, and for virtually all types of computers. Written by Joe Felsenstein.
  • Discrete and Continuous software by Mark Pagel.
  • PVR - Programs for phylogenetic eigenvector regression of Diniz-Filho et al.
  • MacClade - an extremely friendly Macintosh program primarily for analysis of categorical or state characters. Includes spreadsheets and graphical manipulation of trees. Written by Wayne P. Maddison and David R. Maddison.
  • CAIC - Implementation of Pagel's (1992) version of Felsenstein's (1985) method. For the Macintosh. Written by Andy Purvis and Andrew Rambaut.
  • ANCML - Program for estimation of ancestral character states for continuous characters using maximum likelihood. For UNIX or DOS, C code available.

 
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