The function add.species.to.genus may do what you want. It adds a single
species to the group defined by the MRCA of members of a genus, according to
multiple criteria (randomly and so on). It can add only one species at a time,
so you will need to write a for loop or something to iterate over the species
that you�d like to add.
Liam J. Revell, Associate Professor of Biology
University of Massachusetts Boston
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From: Sergio Ferreira Cardoso<mailto:sergio.ferreira-card...@umontpellier.fr>
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2017 6:58 AM
Subject: [R-sig-phylo] Add terminal branches to tree
I'm using the package 'phytools' to try to add terminal branches to a tree
(attached). I tried to use add.everywhere function to add terminal branches. I
have 167 terminal taxa inside each of the 7 genera on my tree. Basically, I
just wanted to add some dozens of specimens to the end of each branch, but I
don't find a way to do it. Is there any tool that would allow me to do this?
Like adding 30 branches to 'Phal', adding 25 to 'Phat', etc.
Thanks in advance.
Institut des Sciences de l'Evolution
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