|There has been at least one more power outage in the last few days. Furthermore, for the period of 20-22 September the computer administrators in our department will be doing major maintenance and upgrades in the server software. So access to this website will be uncertain. Be reassured that this is not a bug in the site configuration. Just keep trying.|
|A new release of PHYLIP, version 3.696, is now available as source code. This release differs only in its license -- it has an open source license, so that PHYLIP can be distributed with other software that has commercial licenses or has a restrictive open-source source license. Executables are currently at version 3.695, with the old license, but I will update them soon.|
PHYLIP is a free package of programs for inferring phylogenies. It is distributed as source code, documentation files, and a number of different types of executables. These Web pages, by Joe Felsenstein of the Department of Genome Sciences and the Department of Biology at the University of Washington, contain information on PHYLIP and ways to transfer the executables, source code and documentation to your computer.
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