[R] Clustering and bootstrap

Christian Hennig chrish at stats.ucl.ac.uk
Wed Sep 21 19:22:03 CEST 2005

Hi Eric,

I work about bootstrap and clustering and I also write R-code about that,
which is not documented up to now though.
You may have a look at
I also worked about species by site data and there
is a parametric
bootstrap test implemented as function prabtest in package prabclus. You
may have a look at that, too.
However, all of this does not really fit to your new question and I am not
sure whether I have anything of interest to you.
Feel free to contact me if you can somehow relate your problem to my
work mentioned above.


On Wed, 21 Sep 2005, Eric Pante wrote:

> Dear Listers,
> I emailed the list a few days ago about how to bootstrap a community
> matrix (species by sites) and get a consensus tree with node support. A
> friend pointed out that a similar question remained unanswered in 2004.
> I wish to re-word my question: is anyone aware of a package / method to
> obtain a majority-rule consensus tree from x distance matrices ? Is
> anyone using R to generate phylogenetic trees with node support ?
> thanks for your time and consideration,
> Eric P.
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