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Phyutility (Final 2022)

Phyutility is a a command line program that performs simple analyses or modifications on both trees and data matrices. It is written in Python and is based on JADE (PHYutility Evolutionary Bait Loading System) and JEBL (JADE-derived EBLs) to perform simple analysis, compare phylogenetic trees and perform EBLs (Extended Bipartitions Likeness) using the 4 different scoring systems.
The four scoring systems available are:
LogDet
LogDet and LogDetAnc give the log-likelihood ratio of trees or data matrices; given by
a(phi)delta(l(t))
Or, given the event delta and likelihoods l(t) for both trees or data matrices a(phi) and b(phi), the likelihood ratio is
R(phi)=e(gamma(phi)-phi) – phi + gamma(phi)
Where phi is either 0, 1, or 2.
Jaccard’s
The Jaccard index of two phylogenetic trees or data matrices a and b is given by
P(a, b)=A(a, b)*A(a)+A(b) where
A(a, b)=|{(a, b)|a &in& R(phi), b &in& R(phi)}
JaccardCoherent
The Jaccard index of two phylogenetic trees or data matrices a and b is given by
P(a, b)=A(a, b)*A(a)+A(b) where
A(a, b)=|{(a, b)|a &in& R(phi), b &in& R(phi)}
JM (Johnson-Maddocks)
The Jaccard index of two phylogenetic trees or data matrices a and b is given by
P(a, b)=A(a, b)*A(a)+A(b) where
A(a, b)=|{(a, b)|a &in& R(phi), b &in& R(phi)}
The Phyutility Application:
EBLs:
EBLs are an extension to the basic probability theory that deals with uncertainty and the Bayesian approach to phylogeny.
EBLs provide the means to calculate the likelihood of an event/set of events occurring in phylogenetic trees or data matrices

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Phyutility is an in-house, academic software package for phylogenetic tree comparisons. Phyutility is written in C++ and uses the JADE (PEBLS) and JEBL libraries. Currently supported operations include 1) comparing two trees (maintains your own data), 2) adding or removing information from a tree (maintains your own data), and 3) creating a file-based database from a tree (uses JEBL).

NOTICE: Compiling on different OS or systems may result in different output files.

Comparing tree files can be done using Phyutility either directly or indirectly via the command line. Directly comparing trees allows you to enter your own paths directly into the program with no need to convert them. Indirectly comparing trees is done with a set of predefined commands which allows you to easily compare two trees without needing to change the paths themselves. All tree files are compiled and the results are compiled to a new file.

Searching a database file (.dat) is supported by Phyutility through the use of a filepath. New data is defined through the use of the variable substitution facilities of the script. You may also search the various methods of comparing trees. Results are presented in the form of a postscript file. This is converted to an easily understood format by gs.

Unmapped data files can be loaded into Phyutility and mappings made with the same syntax as if the data had already been mapped. Results are displayed in the form of a postscript file.

Features of the Interface:

Tree files are defined in the standard format, using either text or binary format.

When files are opened, text files are opened in text format by default unless this can be altered through the use of the “File” variable.

There is a “Dollar” sign ($) placed in front of string values to indicate to Phyutility that the value should be interpreted as a string.

There is a default for each possible value that can be assigned to a variable. For example, if the “File” variable is blank then any file request will be ignored and an empty file will be created.

There is a default for each possible filter that can be applied in any search. For example, if the “File” variable is blank then all files will be assumed to be in the same format.

Several files can be opened at once,
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Phyutility is a small program that performs a variety of analyses on a single tree or data matrix, and comes with a handy list of command line options. Here are just some of the things you can do with Phyutility:

Read and write trees and data matrices.
Simulate ternary and Quartet data sets.
FALSE, TRUE, FALSE and TRUE-able analyses (at the tree or matrix level).
Construct species trees and species networks.
Simulate species evolution.
Do large analyses such as multiple data matrices, partitioned matrices and subtree pruning and regrafting.
Do constraint-based analyses such as Hamiltonian or UniFrac.
Perform distance based analyses such as Neighbour joining and splits network.
Do clustering analyses such as principal component analysis and agglomerative methods.
Generate distributions of bootstrap values, likelihood scores, genetic distances and homoplasy indexes.
Execute simulations and perturbation analyses such as BiasedCAT and Chamaerops.
Run hybrid analyses such as DELTRAN, DELTRAN+/DELTRAN-, and DELTRAN+/Ald or TNT.

This program is free software, originally written and released by Jean-Michel Sans and now distributed by the softole project. You can download it from the softole website. The softole website also contains documentation and instructions for running Phyutility.

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Phyutility is a command-line program that performs simple analyses on both trees and data matrices. It provides unsupervised cladistic analyses, including traditional, symmetrical, phenetic, and ordination, as well as diagnostics. It makes use of JADE (PEBLS) and JEBL (JADE E-M Cladistic Analysis) libraries (see below).

Comparative analyses (symmetrical, phenetic, ordination, APL/LSD, FCA, PGLS,…) of taxa and/or morphological data can be performed. Phyutility can do a variety of tests, such as that of phylogenetic incongruence or assessing the contribution of floral or floral characters. Cladistic classification can be done with results based on bootstrap values, genetic distances, or both. It can also perform tree shape statistics (som, leafyness, etc.) and cladistic congruence tests. Phyutility has a large complement of diagnostic utility functions, which include cladistic and distance based tests.

Check out the manual for a complete list of the analyses which can be performed!

Most useful Phyutility functions:

Phyutility_tests performs measurements of tree, character, and taxon weights. It can perform distance-based, taxon-based, and taxonomic weighting on data matrices and trees. It can also be used as a program to convert a distance-based tree to a taxon-based one.

It also has functions to turn information about data matrixes, such as the column, row, and variable names, into generic tree and character matrices for use in other programs (or combinations of trees). Additionally, the program can calculate unweighted, binary, and class (order, family, genus, species, and character) distance matrices and perform cophenetic correlations.

Phyutility_Ip is a very useful program for the inventory of species and subspecies, or similar taxonomic information for those with an interest in evolutionary relationships. It can be used to find all the data for and list all taxa under a specified name. It also can compare the information under specific names (for example, find all the species names which do not have a description in a data base) and search for taxa which share a name (for example, find the species name that only appears with a type description in a data base

System Requirements:

Windows 7 64bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8.1
2GB RAM or higher
2GB GPU or higher (GeForce GTX 660 or higher recommended)
2880×1200 resolution
2GB available disk space
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