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What are Marked Species?

DESCRIPTION

All species have a flag which can be set to FALSE or TRUE. All species with the flag set to TRUE are called marked species. Normally this flag is used to specify a subgroup of species for editors, tree building programs ...

 

EXAMPLES

Mark one known species:

  1. Search for the species: <ARB_NT/Species/Search>
  2. Select the species
  3. Mark it

Mark a list of species

  1. Search for the species: <ARB_NT/species/search>
  2. Press <Mark Listed/Unmark Rest>

Mark all species in selected tree:

  1. Unmark all species: <ARB_NT/species/unmark all sp>
  2. <ARB_NT/Species/Mark species/Species in Tree/Mark species in Tree>

or
  1. Select the <MARK MODE>
  2. Press the left mouse button somewhere outside the tree.

Mark a subtree:

  1. Select the <MARK MODE>
  2. Press the left mouse button at a subtree.

Mark queried species:

  1. Select 'Search' from the ARB main window
  2. Perform a search
  3. Use 'Mark Listed Unmark Rest' to mark all queried species

Save/Restore sets of marked species: