Tools to better understand biology by tapping information in phylogenies
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This is a site for finding tools to better understand biology using trees, and to identify areas where tools are missing. It's not yet fully operational, but poke around the menus for more info; you should also go to the development blog to see how the site is being created and its current status. I would really appreciate any suggestions you have, too: email me at email@example.com.
It currently has information on 60 questions, 64 methods (covering fewer than 151,392 of >1,785,784 types possible), 10 programs (covering fewer than 610,656 of >6,000,234,240 types possible), 5,010 references, and 8,861 people. You can see the controlled vocabularies here.
Latest person added and approved: "W Bradley" added 2 years 7 mons 25 days ago
Please note that during initial testing of this website, user interactions may be tracked.