TreeJuxtaposer is a handy, Java based application specially designed to enable you to interactively view a single tree, or compare two or more trees.
It handles all kinds of trees, including phylogenetic trees, taxonomic trees, consensus trees, dendrograms from cluster hierarchies, and others.
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It’s a simple Java application, but fully packed with features.
Your primary interface consists of an augmented tree, which is just like a file opened in a text editor.
You can view, save and print your trees.
You can overlay a different tree onto your tree.
You can edit your tree, by selecting subtrees (valid for any kind of tree), and by dragging nodes.
You can also create new trees.
Example trees can be uploaded to and viewed from the server.
You can compare multiple trees.
You can filter trees by node, say, by origin or by type.
The trees can be open, from the beginning, or you can start at a given node.
You can save a tree (multiple parts), with any number of save dialogs.
Finally, you can print the tree or save the view as a file.
The application is also capable of handling trees with a free-form list of nodes (dont forget any exceptions).
You can drag and drop nodes in the tree, for instance to reorder them.
Trees can be modified by file extension, node type and node order, and they can be filtered.
Although first and foremost TreeJuxtaposer Crack is designed for viewing and comparing phylogenetic trees, you will find it a great tool for viewing and comparing any kind of tree.
It has been designed to handle very large trees, so a simple example might be ten hundred thousand nodes.
It has no memory problems, and has no limitations in terms of the size of the tree.
Beware that it is heavy, with around 40 MB on my system (I have an AMD dual core 4000+ processor).
This will drop though if you are running from a memory stick.
A full list of features:
– Simple tree view with editing
– New trees
– Dragging nodes
– Right clicking to add
– double clicking to add
– Opens at beginning of tree
– Multiple trees
– Compare trees
– Save trees
– Print trees
– Edit nodes
– Edit trees
– Save trees with node duplicates
– Save trees with multiple parts
– Save trees with any number of save dialogs
– Start at node
– Tree filters
– Move nodes around
– Rearrange nodes
– Full list of node types
– Drag and drop nodes
– Date filters
– Date formats
– Works with free-form lists of nodes
– Works with
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TreeJuxtaposer Free Download is a simple yet powerful Java application for visualizing single trees, and the set of trees that is defined by a user, and comparing them to another reference tree.
TreeJuxtaposer is a Java application for visualizing single trees, and the set of trees that is defined by a user. This includes phylogenetic trees, consensus trees, cluster hierarchies, and more.
Installer and demonstration script are provided. For further information about using TreeJuxtaposer or for general support, please visit
You will need at least Java 1.5 installed to be able to run this application.
Please note that, because of its Java requirements, this application is available for Mac OS X only. It should be available for Windows platforms from a future release.
In the future, this application will be available as a standalone Java application. For the moment, however, it is available only as a Java application bundled with the application of its development, namely “TreeMap.”
Notice: TreeJuxtaposer is currently being developed for Java platform 1.5 and above.
However, the source code for TreeJuxtaposer is currently available for all platforms and only requires Java 1.5, a version of Java which is supported by most platforms. If you have any problems using TreeJuxtaposer in your platform please get in touch!
The research of Neil Brockhurst and Tim Gower has provided a number of new tree comparison tools for taxonomy and biogeography.
In particular they have identified four areas where the application of trees to these problems are being widely employed:
First, they find that a class of algorithms called “scoped tree comparison algorithms” provide a powerful, well-founded tool with which to compare two trees.
They demonstrate that the mapping of a tree into another “scoped” tree gives important insights into the resulting tree topologies, and they give the first formal definition of the concept of a “scoped comparison.”
They demonstrate how “scoped comparison” may be applied to the problems of biological barcoding and phylogenetic reconstruction.
A comparison of two trees by Scoped Tree Comparison (STC) can be thought of as taking place inside a virtual container. The container is a physical space which has a spatial (geographic or geographic/linguistic) dimension, but is structurally
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This is a Java version of the WinVista ButtonTreepyer application (see
It accepts the same arguments as ButtonTreepyer: trees, mouse locations,
Two or more trees are laid out in overlapping (as in
ButtonTreepyer) or non-overlapping (as in TreeJuxtaposer) arrangements,
and can be compared interactively. For example, one can mark two
trees as “in conflict”, and then move the cursor to one tree, and click
a mouse button to have the other tree “removed” from the tree
display. Or one can move the cursor to the tree diagram and click
mouse buttons to switch the trees, or to rotate the diagrams.
Trees can be in flat or in DendroPy style.
TreeJuxtaposer and ButtonTreepyer are free software, under the
1. Download the latest version of TreeJuxtaposer from the above
2. Unzip the TreeJuxtaposer archives into any directory. For Unix
systems, the preferred method is to unzip to the root directory
of the selected drive. The current development version does not
run on MS Windows.
3. Run the command:
java -jar treejuxtaposer.jar
TreeJuxtaposer requires Java 1.5 or higher. The installation of this
application comes with a “Read me” file which briefly explains the
project (and contains references for further information).
4. Start TreeJuxtaposer. The application’s help menu gives detailed
information on how to use the application.
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