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Phylogeny using Maximum Likelihood

Friday October 05, 2007


This workshop is a practical guide to using the most efficient software in phylogeny at present, PHYML. PHYML is primarily a tool for obtaining a phylogenetic tree from an alignment of protein or nucleic sequences, but it also provides a wide choice of evolutionary models and evaluation procedures. In this workshop the emphasis will be strictly on obtaining a useful tree from an alignment. We will not cover model or tree testing. Minimum theory will be covered. Moreover, the alignment step will be considered solved. If time permits, we will try to cover use of PHYML on the web, on your PC, and on the Vital-IT cluster.

 

Teacher:
Marc Robinson-Rechavi (UNIL, SIB)

 

Location:
reading room of the Genopode Building (Quartier Sorge, 1015 Dorigny)

 

 

Time Topic Speakers
09:00 - 10:00 PHYML I M. Robinson
10:30 - 12:00 Practicals M. Robinson
Staff
12:00 Lunch  
13h00 - 15h45 Practicals M. Robinson
Staff
15:45 Coffee Break  
16h00 - 17h00 Exam Staff

 

Registration is closed


Participants:

(8 submissions)

Status Firstname Lastname Departement
PhD student
Claire
Bertelli
IMU
Post-doc
Joep
Burger
DEE
Post-doc
Leonardo
Casieri
DBMV
Post-doc
Lorenzo
Cerutti
LICR
Group leader
Keith
Harshman
CIG
PhD student
Alessandra
Sicilia
DEE
Post-doc
Matthias
Stoeck
DEE
PhD student
Vukasin
Zrelec
DEE

 

 

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