Question: how to recover the interrupted RAXML run
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victoria_aleks30 wrote:

Dear all, my RAXML run was interrupted after all bootstraps were completed. The RAXML specialists advice: "However, since you already have the bootstraps, you can now independently compute a couple of ML trees (see manual) and then use these results to do post-analyses ..." (!searchin/raxml/interrupted$20run%7Csort:date/raxml/BoFLQYrBlT8/pqLRqIgWxVYJ)

Unfortunately I cannot find the needed command in the manual. Can anybody, please, point me the right place or explain how to build the best-scoring ML tree and continue with the analysis if the raxml bootstrap file has been generated already?

thank you for the help in advance! :)

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 23 months ago by h.mon30k • written 2.1 years ago by victoria_aleks30
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23 months ago by
h.mon30k wrote:

By default, RAxML doesn't perform bootstraps. If you already have the bootstraps but didn't perform the ML searches for best tree, first run RAxML with -f d(whichis the default) or -f o (slower, but slightly more accurate likelihood scores), then use -f b to draw bootstraps onto the best tree.

So for example, to perform 100 searches for best trees, each search starting from a different random tree:

raxmlHPC ­-f d ­-m GTRCAT ­-p 12345 ­-s alg ­-n MLTrees -N 100

Then, to add the bootstraps to the best tree:

raxmlHPC ­-f b ­-t bestTree ­-z bootstrapTrees ­-m GTRCAT ­-n best+boot

Make sure to pass different random number seeds to RAxML and not
only 12345 as I have done in the examples.

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