The AllAll server takes as input a set of protein sequences and returns various comparisons and visualizations- a distance-based phylogenetic tree, a split tree, some variation indices, some visualizations, the pairwise sequence distances and the most probable ancestral sequence.
Neighbor Joining (NJ) algorithm improved for molecular sequences
A modified BLAST, designed to query ortholog group data. It treats each ortholog group as a unit, and instead of providing a ranked list of individual sequence hits, it organizes and ranks the results by ortholog groups, which is often a much more desirable format for functional inference or evolutionary studies.
This tool creates a dendrogram from (a) a set of variables or (b) from a similarity matrix. The program calculates a similarity matrix (only for option a), transforms similarity coefficients into distances and makes a clustering using the Unweighted Pair Group Method with Arithmetic mean (UPGMA) algorithm.
This program maps evolutionary traces to structures
The Newick Utilities are a set of command-line tools for processing phylogenetic trees. They can process arbitrarily large amounts of data and do not require user interaction, which makes them suitable for automating phylogeny processing tasks.
PHYLIP is a free package of programs for inferring phylogenies. It is distributed as source code, documentation files, and a number of different types of executables.
The Phylogenetic Tree server creates a distance or parsimony tree from a set of input sequences. It includes functionality for drawing the tree in several forms (radial, unrooted, rooted, phylogram or cladogram) with various other options.
Compilation of links to 390 phylogeny packages and about 50 free web servers, arranged by several criteria.
Phylogeny.fr is a free, simple to use web service dedicated to reconstructing and analysing phylogenetic relationships between molecular sequences.
It runs and connects various bioinformatics programs to reconstruct a robust phylogenetic tree from a set of sequences.
The PhylOgenetic Web Repeater (POWER) allows users performing phylogenetic analysis with molecular data by most programs of PHYLIP package repeatedly. POWER provide two pipelines to process the analysis. One of them includes multiple sequence alignment (MSA) at the begining of the pipeline whereas the other begin phylogenetic analysis with aligned sequence.