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trees-bootstrap – Compare support for partitions between different files.
trees-bootstrap file1 [file2 ... ] –predicates predicate file [OPTIONS]
Compare support for partitions between different files.
-h, –help Produce help message. -s arg (=10%), –skip arg (=10%) Number of trees to skip. -u arg, –until arg Read until this number of trees. -m arg, –max arg Thin tree samples down to this number of trees. -x arg, –subsample arg Factor by which to sub-sample. –predicates arg Predicates to examine. –min-support arg (=0.1) Minimum value of predicates to consider interesting.. -v, –verbose Output more log messages on stderr.
BLOCK BOOTSTRAP OPTIONS:
–bootstrap Do block bootstrapping to get a CI on the posterior probabilities. –samples arg (=10000) Number of bootstrap samples. –pseudocount arg (=1) Extra 0/1 to add to bootstrap samples. –blocksize arg Block size to use in block boostrap. –seed arg Random seed.
–separation arg (=0) Only report trees/partitions if they differ by this many LODs –confidence arg (=0.95) Width of confidence intervals –LOD-table arg Write the partitions LOD10's to a file.
BAli-Phy online help: <http://www.bali-phy.org/docs.php>. Please send bug reports to <email@example.com>.
Benjamin Redelings. Feb 2018 trees-bootstrap(1)