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Manual Reference Pages  -  NEX2TEXT_TREE.PL (1)

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NAME

nex2text_tree.pl - Trees as strings

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



 nex2text_tree.pl [options] [file ...]
 nex2text_tree.pl --tree_width 100 --otu_spacing 4 --demo
 nex2text_tree.pl -i input.nex -o text_string_tree.out --tree_width 100 --otu_spacing 4



OPTIONS



    -d or --demo                    Prints out a default tree to the STDOUT
    -h or --help                    Brief help message about the options
    -m or --manual                  Full documentation
    -i or --input <file_name>       Specify input NEXUS file
    -o or --output <file_name>      Specify output file (default: STDOUT)
    -w or --tree_width 30           Total width of the output tree string (default = 30) [Integer]
    -s or --otu_spacing 4           Vertical spacing betweein OTUs (default value = 4) [Integer]
    -V or --version                 Print version information and quit
    --verbose                       The parameters are also printed along with the tree.
    -c or --cladogram  normal       The parameters are also printed along with the tree. (options: normal or accelarated)



DESCRIPTION



   B<nex2text_tree.pl> prgram will read the given input NEXUS file and converts the newick tree in the TreesBlock
   as string.



AUTHOR(S)



          Vivek Gopalan (gopalan_vivek@yahoo.com)



METHODS

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