Write Tree File in Parenthetic Format
This function writes in a file a tree in parenthetic format using the Newick (also known as New Hampshire) format.
write.tree(phy, file = "", append = FALSE, digits = 10)
- an object of class
- a file name specified by either a variable of mode character,
or a double-quoted string; if
file = ""(the default) then the tree is written on the standard output connection (i.e. the console).
- a logical, if
TRUEthe tree is appended to the file without erasing the data possibly existing in the file, otherwise the file (if it exists) is overwritten (
- a numeric giving the number of digits used for printing branch lengths.
The node labels and the root edge length, if available, are written in the file.
- a vector of mode character if
file = "", none (invisible `NULL') otherwise.
Felsenstein, J. The Newick tree format.
Olsen, G. Interpretation of the "Newick's 8:45" tree format standard.