VESPA: Very large-scale Evolutionary and Selective Pressure Analyses¶
VESPA was published PeerJ CompSci. Please cite if you use VESPA!
The VESPA (Very large-scale Evolution and Selective Pressure analyses) toolkit is a collection of commands designed to simplify molecular evolutionary analyses. The major motivation behind the development of VESPA was minimizing potential sources of error in large-scale selective pressure analyses using codeML from the PAML package [Yang 2007].
|Authors:||Andrew Webb, Thomas Walsh, Bede Constantinides and Mary O’Connell|
- Introduction to VESPA
- Phase 1: data preparation
- Phase 2: homology search
- Phase 3: alignment assessment and phylogeny reconstruction
- Phase 4: selection analysis preparation
- Phase 5: selection analysis assessment