SigTree: Determine significantly responsive branches in phylogenetic trees

SigTree takes a phylogenetic tree (of class phylo) and a data frame (or matrix) of corresponding tip labels and p-values and determines the significance of the branches (families of p-values) and plots the tree with colored branches (corresponding to families) according to their levels of significance. Also produces a CSV file with the p-values of all of the branches as well as which tips belong to which branches. Finally, it exports a file that can be opened in FigTree that produces a colored plot (colored branches according to their significance of corresponding groups of p-values) with p-value annotations.

Version: 1.4
Depends: ape, phylobase, phyext, RColorBrewer, phyloseq
Published: 2013-12-28
Author: John R. Stevens and Todd R. Jones
Maintainer: John R. Stevens <john.r.stevens at usu.edu>
License: GPL-3
NeedsCompilation: yes
Citation: SigTree citation info
Materials: NEWS
CRAN checks: SigTree results

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Reference manual: SigTree.pdf
Vignettes: SigTree Tutorial Vignette
Package source: SigTree_1.4.tar.gz
OS X binary: not available, see check log.
Windows binary: SigTree_1.4.zip
Old sources: SigTree archive