The Bellingham Research Institute has just released the latest version of its free program kSNP 4.1, a widely used command-line program used to estimate phylogenetic trees from genome sequences without sequence alignment.
It can accommodate data sets of hundreds of microbial genomes. kSNP 4.1 is about 30 percent faster than its predecessor kSNP4, and manages memory about twice as efficiently.
Download kSNP 4.1 for Linux or Mac OS at no charge from https://sourceforge.net/projects/ksnp/files/.
We offer kSNP 4.1 free of charge as a service to the bioinformatics and systematics communities.
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