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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Over recent years the field of phylogenetics has witnessed significant algorithmic and technical progress. A new class of efficient phylogeny programs allows for computation of large evolutionary trees comprising 500-1.000 organisms within a couple of hours on a single CPU under elaborate optimization criteria. However, it is difficult to extract the valuable information contained in those large trees without appropriate visualization tools. As potential solution we propose the application ofdoi:10.1007/11573067_29 fatcat:aagiwvce25aqrom3g7gxsveaxy