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SATé is a software package for inferring a sequence alignment and phylogenetic tree. The iterative algorithm involves repeated alignment and tree searching operations. The original data set is divided into smaller subproblems by a tree-based decomposition. These subproblems are aligned and further merged for phylogenetic tree inference.
module spider sate to find out what environment modules are available for this application.
- HPC_SATE_DIR - installation directory
- HPC_SATE_BIN - executable directory
If you use the software in a publication, please cite the software, the papers describing the method, and the appropriate citation for the external tools. Algorithm citations
- Liu, K., S. Raghavan, S. Nelesen, C. R. Linder, T. Warnow, 2009. "Rapid and accurate large scale coestimation of sequence alignments and phylogenetic trees." Science, 324(5934), pp. 1561-1564, 19 June 2009, doi: 10.1126/science.1171243
- Liu, K., T.J. Warnow, M.T. Holder, S. Nelesen, J. Yu, A. Stamatakis, and C.R. Linder. "SATé-II: Very Fast and Accurate Simultaneous Estimation of Multiple Sequence Alignments and Phylogenetic Trees." Systematic Biology. 61(1):90-106
Citations for the SATé software itself and its dependencies
- Jiaye Yu, and Mark T. Holder "SATé version VERSION_NUMBER_HERE" from http://phylo.bio.ku.edu/software/sate/sate.html DATE DOWNLOADED." (for version 1.2 or earlier)
- Jiaye Yu, Mark T. Holder, Jeet Sukumaran, and Siavash Mirarab "SATé version VERSION_NUMBER_HERE" from http://phylo.bio.ku.edu/software/sate/sate.html DATE DOWNLOADED." (for version 1.2.1 to 2.1.0)
- Jiaye Yu, Mark T. Holder, Jeet Sukumaran, Siavash Mirarab, and Jamie Oaks "SATé version VERSION_NUMBER_HERE" from http://phylo.bio.ku.edu/software/sate/sate.html DATE DOWNLOADED." (for version 2.2.0 or later)
- Sukumaran, J. and Mark T. Holder. 2010. "DendroPy: A Python library for phylogenetic computing". Bioinformatics 26: 1569-1571. (for all SATé versions from this website)