Click to load comments. Additionally, registries are not changed so neither is the integrity of your system. Note that the application is strictly dedicated to analysis, with no creation or editing options whatsoever. NJplot is a tree drawing program able to draw any phylogenetic tree expressed in the Newick phylogenetic tree format e. Once you get the file to reveal its content in the main window, either by dragging it over your workspace or through the dedicated file menu, you're free to use a few viewing tools to analyze your data.
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Easily import phylogenetic file formats to be analyzed with several jjplot and filter options at your disposal, print the design or export under the PDF format. The application manages to make a good impression even before running it because you don't need to install in on your system. The Windows version is for any MS Windows version except 3. Jan 8th, Freeware.
Package: njplot (2.4-8)
On the other hand, there are three fonts you can choose for representation, size specifications, as well as a zoom tool. NJPlot was reviewed by Mircea Dragomir.
As such, you need to make sure you have the necessary files to analyze.
NJplot can therefore be used as a graphical extension of any package of phylogenetic programs which employs the standard tree format for storing trees i. The set of view options aren't abundant, with entries to swap nodes, display new outgroups or subtree view.
Computers greatly enhance every domain of activity, especially when it comes to creating and keeping records of products, documents and even genetic data. Truth is, the good impression is quickly blown off by the poor representation of data, as well as the shallow set of options at your disposal.
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Once you get the file to reveal its content in the main window, either njplpt dragging it over your workspace or through the dedicated file menu, you're free to use a few viewing tools to analyze your data. In case you decide to print it, there's an option to specify on how many pages to spread content.
This means you can keep it on a removable storage device along with your projects to use on the go. For unix versions, get also an example niplot file and the on-line help file. Additionally, you can choose to display branch lengths and bootstrap values when in full tree view.
Use of Njpllt Any rooting of the unrooted tree can be interactively specified using the mouse. Although the design is simple and you quickly get the hang of it, representation leaves a lot more to be desired, with little support for specialized files and little practicality overall.
In terms of exporting, you can njpkot under the same format, print out the design on a sheet of paper or export as a PDF file, which is probably the main advantage of the application. Taking everything into consideration, we can say that NJPlot is far from being the best of its kind, with a lot of missing features.
A screen shot of the main window of njplot is available here. NJplot is a tree drawing program able to draw any phylogenetic tree expressed in the Newick phylogenetic tree format e.
Note that the application is strictly dedicated to analysis, with no creation or njp,ot options whatsoever. NJplot also allows zooming, branch swapping, display of bootstrap scores and printing in the PDF format.
Linux on PC in case of font problem Use without X11 display: Click to load comments. You may also use the following table to directly access the version corresponding to your computer: Although there's enough space to view the whole tree, there's the possibility for text and descriptions to overlap if the project is too complex.
Additionally, registries are not changed so neither is the integrity of your system. The Mac and Windows versions are self-extracting archives which include an example file, help information, and the unrooted program that draws unrooted trees.
Simplicity might come in handy, because you're not overwhelmed with too many visual elements. Navigation is rather difficult and zooming in only stretches content horizontally.
NJplot is especially convenient for rooting the unrooted trees obtained from parsimony, distance or maximum likelihood tree-building methods. Phylogenetics is the science branch responsible with the study of evolutionary relationships and this is where njppot like NJPlot come in handy as a means of viewing and analyzing related data.