Please note that many features described in the COMPONENT 2.0 manual are not available in COMPONENT Lite, and that because COMPONENT 2.0 is a Windows 3.x program there is no information specific to the Apple Macintosh.
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|0.Introduction||Introduction to the program and its features, with an explanation of terminology.|
|1.Getting started||Installing and running the program.|
|2.Working with trees||Information on viewing, editing, rooting, and printing trees.|
|3.Input files||Description of the NEXUS format used by COMPONENT.|
|4.Consensus trees||How to compute strict, majority-rule, semi-strict, Nelson, and Adams consensus trees.|
|5.Comparing trees||How to compare trees using partition, triplet, quartet, agreement subtree and nni metrics.|
|6.Random trees||Generating random trees.|
|7.Maps between trees||Using reconciled trees to compare gene and species trees, host and parasite phylogenies, and taxon and area cladograms.|
|8. Worked examples||A series of worked examples using data files supplied with COMPONENT.|