Study Subtree

Description

Retrieve subtree from a specific tree in the Open Tree of Life data store

Usage

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get_study_subtree(study_id, tree_id, subtree_id, object_format = c("phylo"),
  file_format, file, ...)

Arguments

study_id

the study identifier (character)

tree_id

the tree identifier (character)

subtree_id,

either a node id that specifies a subtree or “ingroup” which returns the ingroup for this subtree.

object_format

the class of the object returned by the function (default, and currently only possibility phylo from the ape package)

file_format

character, the file format to use to save the results of the query (possible values, ‘newick’, ‘nexus’, ‘json’).

file

character, the path and file name where the output should be written.

...

additional arguments to customize the API request (see rotl package documentation).

Examples

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## Not run: 
small_tr <- get_study_subtree(study_id="pg_1144", tree="tree2324", subtree_id="node552052")
ingroup  <- get_study_subtree(study_id="pg_1144", tree="tree2324", subtree_id="ingroup")
nexus_file <- tempfile(fileext=".nex")
get_study_subtree(study_id="pg_1144", tree="tree2324", subtree_id="ingroup", file=nexus_file,
                  file_format="nexus")

## End(Not run)

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