Question: Phylogenetic tree where phylum in inner circle and genera/species outer circle?
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9 weeks ago by
Shaminur100
Dhaka University
Shaminur100 wrote:

Hi, The phylogenetic tree where phylum in the inner circle and genus in the outer circle, any site or programs or packages available? Just for demo https://ibb.co/59rVSd1

I have the data frame like this

Phyla genus
Actinobacteria  Collinsella
Actinobacteria  Coriobacterium
Actinobacteria  Corynebacterium_1
Actinobacteria  Dermacoccus
Bacteroidetes   [Prevotella]
Bacteroidetes   Alistipes
Bacteroidetes   Bacteroides
Chrysiogenetes  Desulfurispirillum
Cyanobacteria   Raphidiopsis
Deferribacteres Deferribacter
Firmicutes  [Ruminococcus]
Firmicutes  Acetivibrio
Firmicutes  Acidaminococcus
Fusobacteria    Fusobacterium
Proteobacteria  Sutterella
Proteobacteria  Xanthomonas
Proteobacteria  Xenorhabdus
Proteobacteria  Yersinia
Spirochaetes    Brachyspira
Spirochaetes    Spirochaete
Synergistetes   Dethiosulfovibrio
Verrucomicrobia Akkermansia

Thanks in advance. SR

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 8 days ago • written 9 weeks ago by Shaminur100
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Hi,

That figure is not a phylogenetic tree. It seems to me a Sankey or arc diagram assembled in a circular way (https://www.data-to-viz.com/graph/sankey.html).

If you have a phylogenetic tree you can use iTOL where you can color each genera affiliated with a particular phylum in a different color, like this example - they colored by domain, but it works in the same way to phylum.

I hope this helps,

António

ADD REPLYlink modified 9 weeks ago • written 9 weeks ago by antonioggsousa1.9k

Thank you very much for your reply. Needs more work on arc diagram.

ADD REPLYlink written 9 weeks ago by Shaminur100
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