TNT, a free program for phylogenetic analysis. TNT stands for ”Tree analysis using New Technology”. It is a program for phylogenetic analysis under parsimony (with very fast tree-searching algorithms; Nixon, 1999, Cladistics 15:407-406; Goloboff, 1999, Cladistics 15:407-428), as well as extensive tree handling and diagnosis capabilities. It is a joint project by Pablo Goloboff, James Farris, and Kevin Nixon.
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- Warnow, Tandy (ed.): Bioinformatics and phylogenetics. Seminal contributions of Bernard Moret (2019)
- Gawrychowski, Pawel; Landau, Gad M.; Sung, Wing-Kin; Weimann, Oren: A faster construction of greedy consensus trees (2018)
- Urheim, Ellen; Ford, Eric; St. John, Katherine: Characterizing local optima for maximum parsimony (2016)
- Warnow, Tandy: Large-scale multiple sequence alignment and phylogeny estimation (2013)
- Dong, Jianrong; Fernández-Baca, David; McMorris, F. R.; Powers, Robert C.: Majority-rule (+) consensus trees (2010)