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Old 09-15-2015, 03:03 AM   #1
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Default Mapping phylogenetic topologies to genome

Hi all,

I want to ask if anyone knows how to create a genomic distribution map of phylogenetic topologies.

let me explain:

Basically what I envision to do is to create individual phylogenetic trees from orthologs shared between e.g. 3-5 related species. Then I am going to group orthologs into categories based on the phylogenetic topology they support. Next (and this is the part I need help with) I would like determine whether different topologies cluster to different genomic regions or whether they are distributed randomly across a genome.

is there a way to map phylogenetic topologies to a genome or genome alignment and to create a visual representation of this?
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