Provided by: bioperl_1.7.2-2_all
bp_taxonomy2tree - Building a taxonomic tree based on the full lineages of a set of species names
This scripts looks up the provided species names in the NCBI Taxonomy database, retrieves their full lineage and puts them in a Newick taxonomic tree displayed on screen. bp_taxonomy2tree.pl -s Orangutan -s Gorilla -s Chimpanzee -s Human bp_taxonomy2tree.pl -s Orangutan -s Gorilla -s Chimpanzee -s "Homo Sapiens" Can also provide -d to specify the directory to store index files in, -o to specify the location of your NCBI nodes file, and -a for the NCBI names file. Or the option -e to use the web-based Entrez taxonomy database if you do not have the NCBI flatfiles installed. This script requires that the bioperl-run pkg be also installed. Providing the nodes.dmp and names.dmp files from the NCBI Taxonomy dump (see Bio::DB::Taxonomy::flatfile for more info) is only necessary on the first time running. This will create the local indexes and may take quite a long time. However once created, these indexes will allow fast access for species to taxon id OR taxon id to species name lookups.
AUTHOR - Gabriel Valiente, reimplemented by Sendu Bala
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