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       fpenny - Penny algorithm, branch-and-bound


       fpenny -infile discretestates [-weights properties] [-ancfile properties]
              [-mixfile properties] -method list [-outgrno integer] [-howmany integer]
              [-howoften integer] [-simple boolean] [-threshold float] -outfile outfile
              [-trout toggle] -outtreefile outfile [-printdata boolean] [-progress boolean]
              [-treeprint boolean] [-stepbox boolean] [-ancseq boolean]

       fpenny -help


       fpenny is a command line program from EMBOSS (“the European Molecular Biology Open
       Software Suite”). It is part of the "Phylogeny:Discrete characters" command group(s).


   Input section
       -infile discretestates
           File containing one or more data sets

       -weights properties

       -ancfile properties

       -mixfile properties

   Additional section
       -method list
           Default value: Wagner

       -outgrno integer

       -howmany integer
           Default value: 1000

       -howoften integer
           Default value: 100

       -simple boolean

       -threshold float
           Default value: $(infile.discretesize)

   Output section
       -outfile outfile

       -trout toggle
           Default value: Y

       -outtreefile outfile

       -printdata boolean
           Default value: N

       -progress boolean
           Default value: Y

       -treeprint boolean
           Default value: Y

       -stepbox boolean
           Default value: N

       -ancseq boolean
           Default value: N


       Bugs can be reported to the Debian Bug Tracking system (, or
       directly to the EMBOSS developers


       fpenny is fully documented via the tfm(1) system.


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