Thank you Jacob, Keith and Emmanuel for your responses. What I am trying to do
is a little different than what the solutions posted here would do. I am not
important a distribution of trees, but rather a single tree with the support
values already included. So imagine something like comparing support for three
trees (the first two are bootstraps is from bootstraps, the third is Pp):
1. (A:0.1, (B:0.2, (C:0.3, D:0.4)100:0.5)95:0.55);
2. (A:0.1, (B:0.2, (C:0.3, D:0.4)60:0.5)20:0.55);
3. (A:0.1, (B:0.2, (C:0.3, D:0.4)1:0.5)0.8:0.55);
This would show that support for clade BCD would be 95, 20, 0.8 in each of the
three trees and support for CD would 100, 60 and 1.0 respectively.
Is there a method that could read the trees with support, find the shared
clades, and generate a table by node for all three support values?
Frank T. Burbrink, Ph.D.
Department of Herpetology
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street
New York, NY 10024-5192
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