AncesTree is an algorithm that infers the clonal evolution and tumor composition, including mixing fractions, of a tumor from multi-sample DNA sequence data.
You can download the latest version of AncesTree from the AncesTree GitHub project.
For support, please see the AncesTree Google Group.
AncesTree is described in the following publications:
M. El-Kebir, L. Oesper, H. Acheson-Field, and B.J. Raphael. Reconstruction of clonal trees and tumor composition from multi-sample sequencing data Bioinformatics (Special Issue: Proceedings of ISMB), (2015) 31(12):i62-i70.