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Old 11-19-2014, 08:08 AM   #1
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Default Help creating phylogenetic map

I currently have a list of taxonID's which I have obtained by blast identification of the contigs within my metagenomic assembly. I have tried using Phylot to create a tree and then iTOL to display it which worked.


However I want to make the graph more descriptive by having each major group named on the map and the counts within each group displayed as bars on the outside. I know this can be done as it is with their tree of life graph but as I am new to this I have no idea of the correct input for displaying it in such a way.

If anyone can help it will be greatly appreciated.

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Have you tried MetaPhlan2 and GraPhlan to make figures like this?
http://huttenhower.sph.harvard.edu/graphlan

It sounds like you have a specific idea of how you want to display your data (which is fine!), but sometimes showing a familiar style helps the reader too.
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Look at iTOL help page under "Uploading and working with your own trees" to display bars. I think the only way to mark a group is by coloring it. After you upload the tree click on "Define color ranges" and manually color each node.
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