PhyloSort is a tool that sorts phylogenetic trees by searching for user-specified subtrees that contain a monophyletic group of interest.
Here are some key features of “PhyloSort”:
■ Searching for monophyletic relationship among groups of taxa.
■ Filtering by bootstrap support values associated with the monophyletic clades.
■ Filtering by tree complexity (number of taxa in a tree).
■ Filtering by family complexity (number of genes per taxon in a tree).
■ Clustering trees (genes) into tree clusters (gene families).
■ Grouping OTUs using a taxonomy reference tree.
■ Clean and reusable implementation of common procedures to manipulate tree data structure such as Newick parsing, tree traversal and rerooting.
■ Visualizing tree topology using A Tree Viewer (ATV).







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PhyloSort is a tool that searches for monophyletic groups of interest in multiple files of phylogenetic trees of taxa. Once monophyletic groups are found, they are listed under a special folder and a new phylogenetic tree is build for each group containing all taxa in the cluster. The search is performed by using a simple tree parser.
■ The number of genes, the number of taxa and the number of available trees define the tree complexity which is used to filter the final trees.
■ The monophyletic groups can be selected from one or more trees, one of which is used as a reference tree. In this case, only the clusters in the reference tree will be used. Taxon and bootstrap support values are exported for each cluster.
■ The trees are stored in a pure Newick format and it is not necessary to have each tree generated from a separate program.
■ Optional: The user can choose to generate a tree with all taxa at once using one of the “supertree” mode of PhyloSort.
Known Limitations:
■ The number of genes per taxon is user defined. The number of genes per taxon is reduced by removing large branches. If you make the number very high, then some branches may be missing. For larger datasets with many genes it might not be possible to successfully parse the files.
■ All downstream programs used for tree manipulation is implemented for trees in Newick format, except for a tree topology viewer (ATV).
■ Bacteria are not taken into account.
■ The programs take a long time to execute for very large datasets (more than 500 genes).
■ GNU General Public License (GPL) v3.
■ Copyright holder: To be covered by the license, the copyright holder should have granted the license to use this software to the user.
■ Source code: After receiving a license from the copyright holder, the user can use this software for any purpose without limitations.
■ Ownership of source code: The copyright holder retains ownership of the source code.
■ Restrictions on usage: The user can modify, copy, distribute, perform, and use this software for any purpose. The copyright holder does not grant any further rights to the user.
■ Code snippet: Code is provided for running PhyloSort

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Similar to the tool called TreeSort that was developed by our group in 2011, PhyloSort facilitates the phylogenetic tree analysis through searches for subtrees containing specific groups of taxa in a specific phylogenetic tree. It is very convenient to use, which can easily be learned by a user who is familiar with ATV (see ATV User’s manual in the PhyloSort Online Help).

PhyloSort Version 2.0 Download

PhyloSort V2 is a standalone version of the software, including its own ATV user’s manual.

Installation of PhyloSort

Download PhyloSort 2.0 from the download link below. Unzip it and launch the software.

Click on “PhyloSort Online Help” to get an introduction of the software.

Right-click on “PhyloSort Toolbar” on the main window, select “copy” to copy the URL to your clipboard.

In a web browser, go to the ftp site linked below and copy the URL for the “PHYLOCSORT” file from the “Downloads” link on the ftp site.

Paste the URL in your web browser and click on “Open” to decompress the contents.

Unzip the “PHYLOCSORT” file and launch the software.

When the PhyloSort window appears on screen, click on the “Tools” icon on the toolbar and select “PhyloSort Online Help”.

ATV User’s Manual (english)

PhyloSort Online Help

Downloading the PhyloSort 2.0 Software

PhyloSort 2.0 is distributed as a zip file. After downloading it, unzip the file and launch PhyloSort. (See Installation in the main menu). This may take a long time, depending on the speed of your Internet connection.

1. The tool is a standalone version of the software. It includes PhyloSort 2.0 and its own ATV user’s manual.
2. PhyloSort 2.0 is not compatible with PhyloSort 1.x. PhyloSort 1.x users will have to use the ATV manual

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PhyloSort is an R package that implements a tool to assist with a variety of analyses of phylogenetic trees.
First, PhyloSort searches for subtrees (bins) which contain a monophyletic group of interest. These monophyletic bins can be associated with bootstrap support values and complexities.
Second, PhyloSort is capable of building hundreds of trees including bootstrap samples and self-rooted trees from a tree.
Third, it is capable of clustering taxa (OTUs) into gene families based on the taxonomy reference tree given and its ability to cluster OTUs together with genes and taxa. This makes it possible to generate high-resolution, highly taxonomic-specific tree in short time and with few computations.
Fourth, it produces friendly output which is easy to load in other statistical packages including R.
PhyloSort Dependencies:
■ NodeSize, TreeViewer, TreeTip, TaxonViewer, Ecto
A: NodeSize
B: TreeViewer
C: TreeTip
D: TaxonViewer
E: Ecto
F: Tree2
G: Tree2
The following R packages are required to build phylogenetic trees using PhyloSort:
gphylogeny2 – Support for building phylogenetic trees with maximum likelihood
gphylogeny2gt – Support for generating tree tips from focal taxa in a gphylogeny2 tree
gphylogeny2gtn – Support for generating tree nodes from focal taxa in a gphylogeny2 tree
gphylogeny2gg – Support for retrieving external references (e.g., NCBI taxonomy ids) from a gphylogeny2 tree
PhyloSort Installation:
To install PhyloSort use the function install.packages.
In R:
If you do not have install.packages run the following in R:
Once installed, start R and run the following:
To use PhyloSort:
A: Find the species (genes) of interest.

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This application focuses on prokaryotes, but the tree data are not restricted to prokaryotes.
Select from among the following:
■ A query tree (a tree that you have already built in an application)
■ Use the “Search Tree” option to build a new query tree based on your input data. The input data set may contain:
■ ATV generated taxonomy
■ Taxonomy provided by the ATV dialog
■ DNA sequences from direct submissions
■ DNA sequences from BLAST searches
■ Genbank accession numbers
■ Taxon names
■ DNA sequences submitted by FASTA
■ Taxon names (selected by using the Taxon Selection dialog)
■ DNA sequences submitted by CLUSTAL W
■ Taxon names (selected by using the Taxon Selection dialog)
■ DNA sequences from an NCBI BLAST search
■ DNA sequences from an ATV search
■ DNA sequences from a FASTA BLAST search
■ DNA sequences from a FASTA CLUSTAL W BLAST search
■ DNA sequences from a FASTA Clustal W CLUSTAL W BLAST search
■ DNA sequences from a MEGABLAST search
■ DNA sequences from a DNA STAR BLAST search
The output of the PhyloSort is a list of all the taxa (taxonomic names) in the input tree, along with a list of all the subtrees in the input tree that are monophyletic. These clades of taxa form the output tree.
The output will contain:
■ The original query tree
■ An output tree that is a subset of the query tree, containing the original query tree plus all subtrees that were monophyletic.
■ A tree for each subtree in the original query tree that was monophyletic. These trees contain the taxa found in their original order, as well as all other taxa in the tree.
■ For each subtree, a list of the original taxa and the taxa found in the subtree.
■ For each subtree, a list of the bootstrap support values for the subtree.
■ For each subtree, a list of the branch lengths for the subtree

System Requirements For PhyloSort:

Processor: Intel Core i5-4570 CPU @ 3.20GHz (4-cores, 8 threads) or AMD equivalent
RAM: 8 GB (system) + 8 GB (main game);
Hard disk space: 30 GB (system) + 50 GB (main game)
Graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 (2GB), AMD Radeon HD 7870 (2GB)
DirectX version: DirectX 11
Input devices: Keyboard and mouse
Net connection: Broadband Internet connection