Dendroscope: (a) circular cladogram, (b) radial phylogram, (c) rectangular phylogram, and (d) slanted cladogram. Image by Huson et al.
Developer(s) Daniel Huson et al.
Stable release
3.2.10 / 2013
Operating system Windows, Linux, Mac OS X
Type Bioinformatics
License free use, but not open source

Dendroscope is an interactive computer software program written in Java for viewing Phylogenetic trees.[1] This program is designed to view trees of all sizes and is very useful for creating figures. Dendroscope can be used for a variety of analyses of molecular data sets but is particularly designed for metagenomics or analyses of uncultured environmental samples.

It was developed by Daniel Huson and his colleagues at the University of Tübingen in Germany.


See also


  1. Huson, Daniel H.; Daniel C. Richter; Christian Rausch; Tobias Dezulian; Markus Franz; Regula Rupp (2007-11-22). paper "Dendroscope: An interactive viewer for large phylogenetic trees" Check |url= value (help) (PDF). BMC Bioinformatics. United Kingdom: BioMedCentral. 8: 460. doi:10.1186/1471-2105-8-460. PMC 2216043Freely accessible. PMID 18034891. Retrieved 2008-04-03.

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