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The tree, which should be in Newick or Nexus format, is used as input data. The software reads the tree and extracts a set of sequences that are then used as an input for the estimation of the molecular clock.
As input, Path-O-Gen requires the file name of the tree to be located at the root of the tree. Other files are expected to be placed within the /path-o-gen directory.
The input tree file may be specified as the following:
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It is also possible to specify a tree to read from a standard input. The following input formats are accepted:
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A tree file must contain a number of sequences for each species (a FASTA-format file with species names is accepted). An empty tree (i.e., with only a root) must be provided on the first line of the file. The root node must be followed by a number of branches.
The sequences must be in the following format:
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The /path-o-gen directory contains many subdirectories that contain a significant set of command line tools and configuration files. These subdirectories are as follows:
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Simplest as this directory is the setup directory which contains all the program files and configuration files.
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The main program is included in the path-o-gen directory. The program can be run from either of these directories by using the following:
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The program requires a tree file in the tree directory. A FASTA-format tree file can be supplied as input. The program may also be supplied a tree file from a standard input.
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The program will read the tree, and use it to extract a number of sequences from each node, representing the time at which the node was sampled. The sequences are written to the output directory.
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The program will also compute the clock-likeness of the tree using the calibration function (if provided). In addition, it will provide the following statistics of the tree:
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The file name of the tree can be changed using the -tree parameter. The root node must be located in the third line (i.e. the tree root node must be followed by a number of branches). The -t parameter may be supplied to change the file name of the tree. This should be followed by the name of the tree.
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Some of the required parameters are as follows:
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The -i parameter may be supplied to specify

Path-O-Gen Crack

Path-O-Gen is a Java application that reads trees from text files and analyses them for goodness-of-fit to molecular clock assumptions. It can analyse contemporaneous trees and dated-tip trees.
Tree input can be flexible, see the User-Guide.
Tree output can be flexible, see the User-Guide.
Analysis results output includes a cladogram and summary statistics summarizing the goodness-of-fit of the time patterns.
Input:
Path-O-Gen supports many different tree types, both as text files and by using the JTree library. These include:
Stick trees:

With root and leaf sequences of the same length.
Tip sequences are each labelled with their time of origin, which can be specified by the user or automatically.

Cladograms:

These show only the tip-labelled trees and are rooted with the node that has the minimum distance to all the tip-labelled sequences in the tree.

Quartets:

A cladogram that is made up of three overlapping edges and a root node. The root node is chosen to have the smallest distance to all tip-labelled sequences, which is also the length-weighted average root-to-tip distance.

Multiple-Alignment Cladograms:

These are similar to Quartets but represent alignments of several sequences.

Analysis:
Analysis runs on all the trees specified and gives the output in tabular format.
Contemporaneous analysis:
Sets trees to be contemporaneous (i.e. all tip sequences are at the same time). This tests the assumption that the tree reflects a history of molecular evolution, and how well it fits to the assumption of a molecular clock.
Dated-tip analysis:
Sets trees to be dated-tip trees (tip sequences are from different time points). This tests the assumption that the tree reflects the history of the species, and how well it fits to the assumption of a molecular clock.
Analysis of dated-tip trees:
Sets trees to be dated-tip trees with the assumption of a molecular clock (all tip sequences are from the same time point). This tests the assumption that the tree reflects the history of the species, and how well it fits to the assumption of a molecular clock.
You can also analyse the trees sequentially by date, which tests the assumption that the tree reflects the history of the species.

Analysis Results:
Each analysis is
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Path-O-Gen provides some statistical tests of clocklikeness and measures how closely a tree’s timing is compatible with the molecular clock assumption. For the statistically significant tests, Path-O-Gen provides 95% confidence intervals (the ‘error range’ in the title of each test) to indicate the reliability of the results. To assess the temporal signal in the tree you should be aware of the limits of the test and the error range.

Path-O-Gen Usage:

If you wish to run tests on a tree that has not been dated to assess the clocklikeness of the tree, and provide a history of the collected sequences, use the ‘Dated-tip Reconstruction’ option of the ‘Edit In…’ menu. This will produce a tree at the position that is most likely to be compatible with the molecular clock assumption. You can then run the tests on this dated tree.
Alternatively, if you want to test for the clocklikeness of a single set of sequences you can use the ‘Contemporaneous Reconstruction’ option of the ‘Edit In…’ menu. This will reconstruct a tree where all sequences have been sampled contemporaneously (i.e. at the same time), root it at the most likely date, and run the tests.

Path-O-Gen In Action:

If you wish to see how Path-O-Gen uses the trees you enter in order to assess clocklikeness, you should run the ‘Contemporaneous Reconstruction’ or ‘Dated-tip Reconstruction’ option of the ‘Edit In…’ menu.
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Notes:

The ‘Clockscale’ value (in the ‘Older/Newer Clockscale’ column) is the estimated size of the root-to-tip distance (i.e. the amount of time difference) for the tree. It is’minor’ if small, and’major’ if large.
The ‘GTR model’ value specifies the substitution model used in the tree reconstruction.
The ‘Phylo_Unif’ value specifies the Phylo_Unif option in the ‘Synonymous/Nonsynonymous/Nonsynonymous Rate Coded Substitution Model’ column. ‘Phylo_Unif’ = ‘True’ if the site has evolved according to a uniform evolutionary process (i.e. random drift) and ‘Phylo_Un

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You are reading the first version of Path-O-Gen.
The purpose of Path-O-Gen is to investigate whether molecular phylogenies are the result of evolution through a randomly timed clock. Unfortunately, the conventional methods for investigating such ‘clocklikeness’ – estimating the value of a molecular clock and testing the fit of the model to the data – are usually not useful. Here we develop a method for measuring clocklikeness that does not need to assume any particular evolutionary model.
The principle of the test is straightforward:
Define a series of sequence positions that have been fixed at the same time (i.e., they have been estimated from the same date). These are called temporal landmarks. Consider all possible sub-trees that are rooted at these landmarks.
Rank the sub-trees according to their predicted rate of evolution.
The ranking of a sub-tree may be based on maximum-likelihood, Bayes factors, or simply by assigning a numerical score.
See the description of the various input files for more details.
The program requires a pair of sequence files (one for a dataset and one for the root of the tree) and one text file containing the list of positions that are temporal landmarks. An example can be found in the Anagrama.oot file.
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System Requirements For Path-O-Gen:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7 64bit, Windows Vista 64bit, Windows XP 64bit
Processor: Dual Core 2.4 GHz or better
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX9-compatible video card
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Hard Drive: 4 GB available space
Minimum:OS: Windows 7 64bit, Windows Vista 64bit, Windows XP 64bitProcessor: Dual Core 2.4 GHz or betterMemory: 2 GB RAMGraphics: DirectX9-compatible video cardDirectX

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