JPhyloIO: a Java library for event-based reading and writing of different phylogenetic file formats through a common interface

@article{Stver2019JPhyloIOAJ,
  title={JPhyloIO: a Java library for event-based reading and writing of different phylogenetic file formats through a common interface},
  author={Ben C. St{\"o}ver and Sarah Wiechers and Kai F. M{\"u}ller},
  journal={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2019},
  volume={20}
}
BackgroundToday a variety of phylogenetic file formats exists, some of which are well-established but limited in their data model, while other more recently introduced ones offer advanced features for metadata representation. Although most currently available software only supports the classical formats with a limited metadata model, it would be desirable to have support for the more advanced formats. This is necessary for users to produce richly annotated data that can be efficiently reused… Expand
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