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I came across SupraMap today. This is a way to overlay phylogenetic trees onto Google Earth images and examine the geographic distribution of the OTUs. Although there have been several postings before at iPhylo, and CIPRES and an implementation for Mesquite, the work at SupraMap...

ARB is a database program for sequence data, alignments and trees. It is primarily used by the microbial rDNA community, although it is equally powerful for other genes and taxonomic groups. ARB is my primary productivity software for phylogenetics and I thought I would introduce...

Following some links on other blogs I've recently seen an excellent article by T. Ryan Gregory called "Understanding Evolutionary Trees". It introduces and explains evolutionary (phylogenetic) trees and highlights the importance of tree thinking. It even has a section on how NOT to read evolutionary...

OK, so I was going to write about bioinformatics and phylogenetics in this blog, and here is my second post already that ignores both!I just read a paper testing the relationship between beer consumption and publication output of ecologists in the Czech Republic. Apparently...

So I don't hate all books. Over Christmas I read Michael Lynch's new book “The Origins of Genome Architecture”. One of the best books I have read in a long time. Well-written, clearly argued, well referenced and important. If you like molecular evolution, genomics or...

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