How to add (typed) support values to a given tree

confadd is a simple command line tool to calculate typed confidence values for a given evolutionary tree.
Its input is typically one evolutionary tree which might or might not already have confidence values associated with its branches (the ‘target’) and a set (in the range of hundreds or more) of evolutionary trees (the ‘evaluators’) in which the frequency of splits represent confidences for the ‘target’. The ‘evaluators’ are typically the result of a bootstrap re-sampling analysis or of a Bayesian method.

See: http://www.phylosoft.org/forester/applications/confadd/

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