SplitsTree is a program for inferring phylogenetic trees and networks. It handles various sources for phylogenetic information such as sequence alignments, distance matrices, and tree sets. SplitsTree offers various methods for building phylogenetic trees such as split decomposition, NeighborNet, consensus bootstrap trees.


http://www.splitstree.org/ Accessed 28 October 2015.
– Huson, Daniel H., and David Bryant. 2006. “Application of Phylogenetic Networks in Evolutionary Studies.” Molecular Biology and Evolution 23 (2): 254–267.


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