Beastiary is designed for visualising and analysing MCMC trace files generated from Bayesian phylogenetic analyses. Beastiary works in real-time and on remote servers (e.g. a HPC). Its goal is to be a beautiful and simple, yet powerful tool for Bayesian phylogenetic inference.
$ pip install beastiary ---> 100%
To start beastiary use the
beastiary command. This will start the beastiary server.
$ beastiary 🐙🐁 <span style="color: blue;">STARTING BEASTIARY</span> 🐁🐙 Go to: <span style="color: green;">http://127.0.0.1:5000/login?token=8e02d06b-d30e-4a89-8476-fb22712a31b3</span> If prompted enter token: 8e02d06b-d30e-4a89-8476-fb22712a31b3
The server will start on http://127.0.0.1:5000/ by default. Every time the server starts it will generate a unique token that can be used to log into the webapp.
Go to http://127.0.0.1:5000/ and log in with the token.
Add a log file using the
Explore the traces of different parameters.