[Biopython-dev] Cookbook entry, concatenating nexus files

David Winter winda002 at student.otago.ac.nz
Thu May 14 04:53:42 UTC 2009

I have been slowly adding some of the scripts I use most commonly to the 
cookbook section of the wiki 
(http://biopython.org/wiki/Category:Cookbook). Since I'm very much a  
dilettante at this programming business as the cookbook is meant as 
supplementary documentation for Biopython it's probably a good idea for 
someone that knows what they are doing to look at these things (Peter 
has been really helpful with this thus far, but is seems unfair to 
saddle one man with so much bad programming :)

I've just added a recipe that uses the nexus class to concatenate 
multiple nexus files and provide some feedback if the taxa are not the 
same in each one: http://biopython.org/wiki/Concatenate_nexus

Any thoughts? If you think you can make it clearer/quicker/better then 
you can edit it on the wiki or provide comments here of there.


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