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Clann can create phylogenetic supertrees using maximum likelihood and maximum parsimony approaches. It can give you the tree and the bootstrap support values.
Clann is a handy application designed to help you identify the optimal phylogenetic supertree. You need to provide the source trees and enter the commands in the console in order to load the data.
You can exclude certain trees and export the data as TXT files in order to use them for your projects.
Clann Description:
Clann can create phylogenetic supertrees using maximum likelihood and maximum parsimony approaches. It can give you the tree and the bootstrap support values.

Description:
The next will give you a quick overview of the output of Clann. It
requires that the trees are in Newick format and the command names
(which are labelled in blue) are all capitalised. You are then given the
tree, bootstrap support values and other important information.

The following example uses the Clann supertree example.

The tree generated using maximum likelihood and maximum parsimony methods.

Input:
LH or LH->LH, -1
Phylip, -1
Phylip

Bootstrapping done with a 1023 trees and a random seed.

Done.

{
\Overtesting{1; 34.7}

odecompred[t_LH; 14.1]

odecompred[t_LH_LH; 9.5]

odecompred[t_LH_0; 5.9]

odecompred[t_LH_LH_LH; 6.7]

odecompred[t_LH_1; 3.6]

odecompred[t_LH_LH_LH_LH; 3.0]

odecompred[t_LH_10; 0.9]

odecompred[t_LH_LH_0; 0.9]

odecompred[t_LH_LH_LH; 0.9]

odecompred[t_LH_LH_LH_LH; 0.9] }

Input:
LH or LH->LH

Clann

Here’s the Clann instruction:

Clann

Clann helps you to find the optimal phylogenetic supertree. It is not
a program that reconstructs this object, nor does it replace the
standard phylogeny software, TreeBeST.

Clann is designed to be used with the following data:

the source trees (the NEXUS format is recommended)

the phylogenetic distance matrix

the confidence values (BI,MP,ML)

Windows Example

Open “Clann.txt” and follow the instructions there.
Note that the object can be imported for different branches, and each tree can be exported to TXT.

Connecting Clann to your tree of life

Clann uses the data and commands to find the optimal supertree, but your
supertree is no longer a rectangular matrix. It has to be converted
to a TreeTDB_Format object. This format is a tree based on the
phylogenetic distance tree in one dimension, and an associated
distances on the second dimension.

Clann uses the PhyloLayout library to convert your tree from the
NEXUS to the TreeTDB_Format object.

You can load a tree based on any branch, or the entire tree (all
branches) through the “load_branch” command.

Clann allows for the exclusion of one or more of the source trees.

It also allows you to export the data to your computer for
other purposes. Export can be in the following formats:

The html format is a tree based on the figures you see in the
screen. It supports hyperlinks that open the figure in a new window
or the browser, and it has an embedded text description of the tree
trees.

The pdf format is a tree based on the figures you see in the
screen. It also supports hyperlinks that open the figure in a new
window or the browser, but it does not have a text description of
the trees.

The txt format is a tree based on the command to get the tree
data in the console. In this case, the file is loaded entirely into
memory and the tree can be searched for most rapidly.

Next Steps

Clann is still in an early version. I would welcome feedback from
you.

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Clann

Course: Tree-Based Methodologies (S098, S099)
Credits: 4 (three hour lab, one hour lecture)
The goal of this lab is to use PhyloTreeBuilder to examine the effects of adding additional taxa to a tree-merging algorithm to create a new supertree. The goal of this lab is to examine the effects of adding additional taxa to a tree-merging algorithm to create a new supertree. The first module in this course is an introduction to methods used in Phylogenetics, with a focus on software. The second module is Lecture 1 in which the concepts and ideas are introduced. The third module is Tutorial 1, which explores a single tree (Tree 1) and provides the labs to explore with Tree 1. The fourth module is Tutorial 2. This lab explores Adding More Taxa to Tree 1.
Students who complete this lab will be able to:
1. Understand the concepts of tree-based methods
2. Explain the process of tree-based analysis
3. Demonstrate and explain the process of tree-based analysis on a dataset
4. Describe how to identify the optimal tree
5. Explain how to identify the optimal tree using criteria of minimum conflict
6. Explain how to identify the optimal tree using criteria of minimum homoplasy
7. Explain how to identify the optimal tree using a tie-breaker approach

What’s New in the Clann?

Identify the optimal maximum clade credibility tree using all source trees.

Maximise consensus

Consider all source trees of equal weight

Compute the clustering cost for all source trees

Select the best clustering using the benchmark

Prune the maximum clade credibility tree for the source tree

Consider only those splits that are present in the source tree

Export the parsimony-informative trees as text files

Load and analyse the trees using CLANN

The cost for each pair of source trees is computed by calculating the amount of parsimony-informative characters (PI) in common and the amount of parsimony-uninformative characters (P) that are present only in one of the source trees. Therefore, we calculate cost as the (PI+P) divided by the sum of PI and P. This allows us to select the supertree that minimises the total amount of characters (PI+P) shared. To maximise consensus, those splits that are present in all source trees are equally weighted. A large number of source trees increases the likelihood of detecting additional branches, but it increases the computational cost as well. Clann is therefore tuned to not to use too many source trees.

All command line options can be found by going to the Help menu.

Features:

A set of Perl modules for the clann installation and use.

New features include:

All in one cross-platform GUI

Importing user data files

Cloning from the internet

Quick and simple GUI

Command line interface

Using Clann for Interactive Communication

Clann can be used for interactive communication. You can use the input/output from the GUI by simply using the terminal from within the GUI. Simply type the command for the option you want to change and press Enter. For example, to see the list of source trees without the input/output dialog, type clann -i. The list of trees will now be displayed on the console.

You can perform a simulation of the best split by typing:

clann -i -o- -t split

This simulation will load all input source trees and will attempt to find the best split given the list of all source trees.

If you want to simulate the best split on all source trees, simply type:

clann -i -o- -t split -t_all

If you want to

System Requirements:

You’ll need a device running Windows 10 with.NET Framework 4.5 or later. You will need a minimum of 4GB of RAM.
If you’re using.NET Framework 4.5, then your hardware requirements will be much less demanding.
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