Links to other phylogenetic software lists and resources
Andrea Hansen, of the Universitšt Braunschweig, Germany, has created
the bioinformatik.de index of resources. It includes a
list of software.
Society of North America.
Classification and clustering programs available for free. The software
described on that list will be of most use to people who are trying to
cluster or classify but not to infer phylogenies.
University of Manchester
Biomathematics Education and Research
David Robertson of the Bioinformatics Education and Research at the
University of Manchester, England, maintains a listing of
Recombinant Sequence Analysis/detection programs and
their web sites that test for the presence of recombination or
hybridization events in DNA sequence data.
Indiana University Bio Archive
Don Gilbert, of the Department of Biology of the University of Indiana
Free Software in Molecular Biology for Macintosh and MS Windows
European Bioinformatics Institute
The European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI)
toolbox area provides a comprehensive range of tools for the field of bioinformatics.
Genamics - SoftwareSeek
Genamics, a company located in Hamilton, New Zealand, maintains the
searchable index of bioinformatics software in a number of categories,
including Phylogenetic Analysis. Contains links to the web sites of
the software; and for those programs that are not available by Web
they maintain copies for download at their server.
VSNS BioComputing Division
Georg Fuellen at the University of Bielefeld, Germany, has a very good page
Multiple Alignment Resources.
Institut Pasteur - Bio NetBook
Institut Pasteur in Paris has the
a search facility for biocomputing resources. Programs for phylogenies
can be found by, for example, selecting software from the Resource Type
list and evolution from the Biological Domain list without selecting any
International Willi Hennig Society
A brief list of programmes
centred on the parsimony method.
Taxonomy, University of Glasgow
Taxonomy, Systematics and Bioinformatics at the University of Glasgow have a list of
MRF Heuristic Supertree Software
The Department of Computer Science at
Iowa State University has MRF Heuristic Supertree Software that can be