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Comment: C: Difference between ape::root, ggtree::reroot and phytools::reroot in R
... The `ggtree::reroot` seems to be moved to the `treeio` package and it no longer called `phytools::reroot` for making the root as the midpoint of the branch. Instead, it called `ape::root.phylo` to root the tree. Is there anyone knowing why making this change? What's the rationale behind it? By using ...
written 17 months ago by Michael20
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Comment: C: Difference between ape::root, ggtree::reroot and phytools::reroot in R
... Hi Liam, So can I say that ape::root and phytools::reroot do the similar thing for rerooting the tree, except phytools also creates a new node (node 15) and a root.edge of length 0 (between nodes 9 and 15), which makes the tree really rooted? Many thanks, Michael ...
written 2.3 years ago by Michael20
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Comment: C: Difference between ape::root, ggtree::reroot and phytools::reroot in R
... Thanks so much for the clarification, Liam and Guangchuang. ...
written 2.3 years ago by Michael20
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Difference between ape::root, ggtree::reroot and phytools::reroot in R
... Hi all, I have been using R to create and manipulate phylogenetic trees for a while, but I was wondering what the differences are between the rooting functions in different packages, `ape::root`, `ggtree::reroot` and `phytools::reroot`. I have attached an example. Every tree looks slightly differe ...
R phylogenetics phytools ggtree ape written 2.3 years ago by Michael20

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