SplitFrequency() provides a simple way to count the number of times that
bipartition splits, as defined by a reference tree, occur in a forest of
trees. May be used to calculate edge ("node") support for majority consensus
or bootstrap trees.
SplitFrequency(reference, forest) SplitNumber(tips, tree, tipIndex, powersOf2) ForestSplits(forest, powersOf2) TreeSplits(tree)
A tree of class
a list of trees of class
phylo, or a
multiPhylo object; or a
Splits object. See
possible methods of loading trees into R.
Integer vector specifying the tips of the tree within the chosen split.
A tree of class
Character vector of tip names, in a fixed order.
Integer vector of same length as
tipIndex, specifying a
power of 2 to be associated with each tip in turn.
SplitFrequency() returns the number of trees in
contain each split in
reference is a tree of class
phylo, then the sequence will correspond
to the order of nodes (use
ape::nodelabels() to view).
Note that the three nodes at the root of the tree correspond to a single
split; see the example for how these might be plotted on a tree.
If multiple calculations are required, some time can be saved by using the constituent functions (see examples)
SplitNumber: Assign a unique integer to each split
ForestSplits: Frequency of splits in a given forest of trees
TreeSplits: Deprecated. Listed the splits in a given tree.
Use as.Splits instead.
# An example forest of 100 trees, some identical forest <- as.phylo(c(1, rep(10, 79), rep(100, 15), rep(1000, 5)), nTip = 9) # Generate an 80% consensus tree cons <- ape::consensus(forest, p = 0.8) plot(cons) splitFreqs <- SplitFrequency(cons, forest) LabelSplits(cons, splitFreqs, unit = '%', col = SupportColor(splitFreqs / 100), frame = 'none', pos = 3L)