Infer ancestral traits based on a tree.
usage: augur traits [-h] --tree TREE --metadata FILE [--weights WEIGHTS] --columns COLUMNS [COLUMNS ...] [--confidence] [--sampling-bias-correction SAMPLING_BIAS_CORRECTION] [--output-node-data OUTPUT_NODE_DATA]
- --tree, -t
tree to perform trait reconstruction on
table with metadata, as CSV or TSV
tsv/csv table with equilibrium probabilities of discrete states
metadata fields to perform discrete reconstruction on
record the distribution of subleading mugration states
a rough estimate of how many more events would have been observed if sequences represented an even sample. This should be roughly the (1-sum_i p_i^2)/(1-sum_i t_i^2), where p_i are the equilibrium frequencies and t_i are apparent ones.(or rather the time spent in a particular state on the tree)
name of JSON file to save trait inferences to
Note that missing data must be represented by a ? character. Missing data will currently be inferred.
If you have strains with missing data and you want them to be reconstructed, then you must give them the value
For example, if you are running a reconstruction of
country and you don’t know the country for a particular strain, you should set country to
? in the metadata file for that strain.
traits will estimate the most likely
country value for any strains where you have provided
If you do not want these traits to be reconstructed (you would like it to remain clear that the
country is unknown for this sample), then simply leave this field blank in the metadata file.
Note that each value – empty strings,
unknown– will be interpretted as a valid value!
So, it’s best to be consistant with whatever you use for missing values, or those with
NA will be shown as different from those with