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| Sergei L Kosakovsky Pond, Art FY Poon, Steven Weaver, N. Lance Hepler, Martin Smith.|
June, 2012 / 21 June 2012 (2012-06-21)
HYPHY (/ˈhaɪfaɪ/ HY-fy) is a free multiplatform (Mac, Windows and UNIX) Computational phylogenetics software package intended to perform maximum likelihood analyses of genetic sequence data and equipped with tools to test various statistical hypotheses. The HYPHY name is an abbreviation for "HYpothesis testing using PHYlogenies". As of July 2012, over 700 peer-reviewed scientific journal articles cite HYPHY.
HYPHY (software) Wikipedia
HYPHY supports analysis of nucleotide, protein and codon sequences, using predefined standard models or user-defined models of evolution. The package supports interaction through a graphical user interface as well as a batch language to set up large and complicated analyses and process the results.
HyPhy includes a versatile suite of methods to detect adaptive evolution at individual amino-acid sites and/or lineages, including generalizations of Nielsen-Yang PAML and Suzuki-Gojobori approaches and many others.
The development of HyPhy started in 1997, with the first public release in 2000 and the most recent version as of July 2012 being 2.12 beta.
HYPHY is distributed as freeware with source code released under the MIT License. Compiled binaries for Mac OS X and Windows are available for download. The source code is available so that users can compile the HyPhy application on POSIX systems.
A subset of HYPHY methods for detecting adaptive evolution are also made available by the HYPHY team at UC San Diego on the DataMonkey cluster.