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       graphlan - circular representations of taxonomic and phylogenetic trees


       graphlan   [-h]  [--format  ['output_image_format']]  [--warnings  WARNINGS]  [--positions
       POSITIONS] [--dpi image_dpi] [--size image_size] [--pad pad_in] [--external_legends]  [-v]
       input_tree output_image


       GraPhlAn  is  a  software  tool  for  producing  high-quality  circular representations of
       taxonomic and phylogenetic trees. It focuses on  concise,  integrative,  informative,  and
       publication-ready    representations   of   phylogenetically-   and   taxonomically-driven


   positional arguments:
              the input tree in PhyloXML format

              the output image, the format is guessed  from  the  extension  unless  --format  is
              given. Available file formats are: png, pdf, ps, eps, svg

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       --format ['output_image_format']
              set the format of the output image (default none meaning that the format is guessed
              from the output file extension)

       --warnings WARNINGS
              set whether warning messages should be reported or not (default 1)

       --positions POSITIONS
              set whether the absolute position of the points should be reported on the  standard
              output. The two cohordinates are r and theta

       --dpi image_dpi
              the dpi of the output image for non vectorial formats

       --size image_size
              the size of the output image (in inches, default 7.0)

       --pad pad_in
              the  distance  between  the  most  external graphical element and the border of the

              specify whether the two external legends should be put in  separate  file  or  keep
              them along with the image (default behavior)

       -v, --version
              Prints the current GraPhlAn version and exit


       The software was written by Nicola Segata <>

       This  manpage was written by Andreas Tille for the Debian distribution and can be used for
       any other usage of the program.