BIO::Phylo-phyloinformatic analysis using perl

@article{Vos2010BIOPhylophyloinformaticAU,
  title={BIO::Phylo-phyloinformatic analysis using perl},
  author={Rutger A. Vos and Jason Caravas and Klaas Hartmann and Mark A. Jensen and Chase A. Miller},
  journal={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={63 - 63}
}
BackgroundPhyloinformatic analyses involve large amounts of data and metadata of complex structure. Collecting, processing, analyzing, visualizing and summarizing these data and metadata should be done in steps that can be automated and reproduced. This requires flexible, modular toolkits that can represent, manipulate and persist phylogenetic data and metadata as objects with programmable interfaces.ResultsThis paper presents Bio::Phylo, a Perl5 toolkit for phyloinformatic analysis. It… 
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