TreeMaker is a software that allows the interactive building and editing of a taxonomy and its conversion into a phylogeny for the above calculations. It also allows the editing of site abundance and species richness data. This data may be imported from and exported to a variety of formats for interoperability with other programs. While it is mainly intended for use in conservation and biodiversity, it can be used as a simple tool for building phylogenies.
Paul-Michael Agapow, Dept. Biology, University College London
- Windows / MacOsX / Linux
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Ross H Crozier, Lisa J Dunnett, Paul-Michael Agapow (2005).
Phylogenetic biodiversity assessment based on systematic nomenclature.
Evolutionary Bioinformatics Online 1:11-36.