I'd guess that the * in "credibleSet -f ExaBayes_topologies.* -n cred"
might generate the problem.
What happens if you pass a file name without a wildcard to credibleSet ?
On 05.10.20 16:29, Mael Glon wrote:
> I have now used Exabayes on two anchored hybrid enrichment datasets.
> Each run ran for a few million generations and all ESS were >200, and I
> have no issues summarizing the runs with consense, postProcParam, and
> extraBips. I was hoping to use Densitree to look at the distribution of
> trees so I used the credibleSet command as follows:
> *credibleSet -f ExaBayes_topologies.* -n cred*
> After a few seconds, the following message was printed in the terminal:
> *printed the 50% credible set to ExaBayes_credibleSet.cred*
> However, when I looked at the resulting file, there is only one tree.
> Here is the full text from that file:
> My understanding is that credibleSet should provide quite a few more
> trees (I'm using the 50% default setting).
> I would appreciate any insight into what I may be doing wrong and how to
> fix this.
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Alexandros (Alexis) Stamatakis
Research Group Leader, Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies
Full Professor, Dept. of Informatics, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology