jnzahniser at YAHOO.COM
Mon Nov 28 20:56:26 CST 2005
I have used Goloboff et al's program TNT. It runs very quickly and
is fairly user friendly. You constrain nodes by interfacing with
your tree of choice and run an analysis for each constraint. It is a
little repetitive to run analyses for each constrained node, but far
quicker than with traditional searches. Those more computer-savvy
than me might know how to run a batch file to compute support for all
nodes with a set of runs. The program is available with a free
10-time trial for pc users. Mac users and those that wish to
purchase a password must make arrangements with the authors.
Here is the official TNT page:
James N. Zahniser
Department of Entomology
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
320 Morrill Hall
505 S. Goodwin Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801
Dear members, Does anyone know a realistic (at least confident) software in Windows to run decay indices? Thanks in advance. Vitor.
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