TreeView X is an open source and multi-platform program to display phylogenetic trees.
It can read and display NEXUS and Newick format tree files (such as those output by PAUP*, ClustalX, TREE-PUZZLE, and other programs). It allows users to order the branches of the trees, and to export the trees in SVG format.
It uses the wxWidgets C++ library.
- Tree editor:
- Slanted cladogram.
- Rectangular cladogram.
- Show internal node labels.
- Reads many different tree file formats (including NEXUS, PHYLIP, Hennig86, NONA, MEGA, and ClustalW/X).
- Support for picture files (SVG and EMF).
- Export to SVG format.
- Print preview.
- Print multiple trees per page, and one tree over more than one page.
Developer: Roderic D. M. Page
License: GNU GPL v2
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