EPoS

EPoS: a modular software framework for phylogenetic analysis. Estimating Phylogenies of Species (EPoS) is a modular software framework for phylogenetic analysis, visualization and data management. It provides a plugin-based system that integrates a storage facility, a rich user interface and the ability to easily incorporate new methods, functions and visualizations. EPoS ships with persistent data management, a set of well-known phylogenetic algorithms and a multitude of tree visualization methods and layouts. Implemented algorithms cover distance-based tree construction, consensus trees and various graph-based supertree methods. The rendering system can be customized for, say, different edge and node styles.


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  1. Jansson, Jesper; Mampentzidis, Konstantinos; Rajaby, Ramesh; Sung, Wing-Kin: Computing the rooted triplet distance between phylogenetic networks (2021)
  2. Jansson, Jesper; Li, Zhaoxian; Sung, Wing-Kin: On finding the Adams consensus tree (2017)
  3. Brinkmeyer, Malte; Griebel, Thasso; Böcker, Sebastian: \textscFlipCutsupertrees: towards matrix representation accuracy in polynomial time (2013)
  4. Brinkmeyer, Malte; Griebel, Thasso; Böcker, Sebastian: Polynomial supertree methods revisited (2011) ioport
  5. Griebel, Thasso; Brinkmeyer, Malte; Böcker, Sebastian: Epos: a modular software framework for phylogenetic analysis. (2008) ioport