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NAME

       draw-tree – Draw NEWICK (and some other) formatted files.

SYNOPSIS

       draw-tree [OPTIONS] tree file

DESCRIPTION

       Draw NEWICK (and some other) formatted files.

INPUT OPTIONS:

       -h, –help
              Produce help message

       -W arg (=8.5), –width arg (=8.5)
              Page width in inches

       -H arg (=11), –height arg (=11)
              Page height in inches

       –file arg
              predicates to examine

       –output arg (=pdf)
              Type of output to write: tree, topology, mtree, lengths, dot, ps, pdf, svg

       –out arg
              Output filename (without extension)

       –full  Consider only full splits by collapsing any partial splits.

       –iterations arg (=2)
              Number of iterations for layout algorithm

       –font-size arg (=10)
              Font size for taxon names

       –angle_iterations arg (=0)
              Number of iterations for layout algorithm with small-angle penalties

       –labels arg (=horizontal)
              Are the names horizontal or angled?

       –collapse
              Give node lengths evenly to neighboring branches and zero the node lengths.

       –layout arg (=graph)
              Layout method: graph, equal-angle, equal-daylight, etc.

       –greedy
              For equal-daylight layout: take as much daylight as possible?

       –tree-layout-initial
              Start  an  energy  layout  with  positions  from  the equal-angle layout - only for
              multifurcating trees

       –no-shade
              For equal-daylight layout: reject rotations that shade other groups?

       –draw-clouds arg
              Draw wandering-ranges in MC trees as clouds.

       –seed arg
              Random seed

       –verbose
              Output more log messages on stderr.

REPORTING BUGS:

       BAli-Phy online help: <http://www.bali-phy.org/docs.php>.

       Please send bug reports to <bali-phy-users@googlegroups.com>.

AUTHORS

       Benjamin Redelings.

                                             Feb 2018                                draw-tree(1)