how to Construct a Newick tree file from five large fasta files
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nikhil ▴ 20

can anyone help me with a step wise process for this, thank you

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  1. What have you tried?
  2. You need to tell us WAY more about what data you have (how large is large? is each of the 5 a single sequence?)
  3. Newick is just a file type. It tells you very little about the content of the tree, so what kind of tree do you want? NJ? ML?
    1. This is not a "Forum" type post, I have changed it for you this time.
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I have 30 MB of each five fasta files verticilium species genomes , actually I'm working on augustus for genome annotation of those species , for running annoation in augutus cgp( comparative gene prediction) i need a newick file of those 5 species. Thank you

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You haven't said what type of tree you need (newick is not a type of tree, just a data representation/format).

You could try something like mashtree since your data is so large a sketch might be better/easier, though with only 5 genomes I'm not sure how good the tree will be.

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I need a phylogenetic tree for those 5 genomes

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Yes, I know - but that doesn't answer the question.

What kind of phylogenetic tree?

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