PAUP* (Phylogenetic Analysis Using Parsimony *and other methods) is a program for phylogenetic analysis using parsimony, maximum likelihood, and distance methods (Swofford 2003). The program features an extensive selection of analysis options and model choices, and accommodates DNA, RNA, protein and general data types. Among the many strengths of the program are the rich array of options for dealing with phylogenetic trees including importing, combining, comparing, constraining, rooting and testing hypotheses. Simple Maximum Parsimony analysis
You must create a set of PAUP commands (PAUP command block) to perform the analysis of your choice. If your commands include references to subsets of your data, like a set of outgroup OTUs (taxa) or sets of genes (aka partitions) you must include a "Sets" block in your NEXUS file.
Copy all of the text in the white box below and paste into the end of your NEXUS file after the last "end;"
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