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In this paper, we describe and illustrate a tool for analyzing and visualizing sequence and distance data, called the splits-graph. The construction of this graph is based upon the splitdecomposition technique which is a procedure to decompose a given metric defined on a finite set in a canonical way into a sum of simpler metrics. In a way, this technique is comparable to Fourier analysis which also decomposes a given object under consideration (that is a periodic signal) into a sum of simplerdoi:10.1016/s0166-218x(96)00059-5 fatcat:57owzgwjyrayzfpbcrsj2hj6va