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TreeView X Alternatives

TreeView X is described as 'open source program to display phylogenetic trees on Linux, Unix, Mac OS X, and Windows platforms. It can read and display NEXUS and Newick format tree files (such as those output by PAUP, '* and is an app. There are five alternatives to TreeView X for Mac, Windows, Linux and Java. The best alternative is FigTree, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like TreeView X are TreeView, UGENE, Archaeopteryx and Dendroscope.

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  • FreeOpen Source
  • Mac
  • Windows
  • Linux

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    FigTree

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux

    FigTree is designed as a graphical viewer of phylogenetic trees and as a program for producing publication-ready figures. As with most of my programs, it was written for my own needs so may not be as polished and feature-complete as a commercial program.

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    TreeView

    • FreeProprietary
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux

    Tree drawing software for Apple Macintosh and Windows.

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  3. UGENE icon

    UGENE

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux

    UGENE is free open-source cross-platform bioinformatics software.

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  4. Archaeopteryx

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Java

    Archaeopteryx is a software tool for the visualization, analysis, and editing of potentially large and highly annotated phylogenetic trees. Archaeopteryx (the successor to ATV) is entirely written in the Java programming language (it is based on the forester libraries).

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    Dendroscope

    • FreeProprietary
    • Mac
    • Windows

    Researchers studying phylogenetic relationships need software that is able to visualize rooted phylogenetic trees and networks efficiently, increasingly of large datasets involving hundreds of thousands of taxa.

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