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The [[deunique.tree]] command reinserts the redundant sequence identiers back into a unique tree. For this tutorial, you should use the files found in the [[Media:TreeTest.zip | TreeTest.zip]] archive.
  
 
To run the command the names of a tree-file and name-file need to be provided:
 
To run the command the names of a tree-file and name-file need to be provided:

Latest revision as of 12:51, 15 June 2011

The deunique.tree command reinserts the redundant sequence identiers back into a unique tree. For this tutorial, you should use the files found in the TreeTest.zip archive.

To run the command the names of a tree-file and name-file need to be provided:

mothur > deunique.tree(tree=test.tre, name=test.names)

This will generate a new tree file containing all the sequences: test.deunique.tre.