Nodal distances for rooted phylogenetic trees
(By G. Cardona, M. Llabrés, F. Rosselló, G. Valiente)
Supplementary Material
 Phylogenetic trees with nested taxa up to 6 taxa:
The ith line in the file corresponding to n
holds a Newick string identifying the ith (starting with i=0) tree with n taxa.
 Distances between all pairs of trees up to 5 taxa:
Each line is of the form "i j d", where d is a string describing the pth power of the L^{p} distance (in terms of a generic p) between the ith and the jth tree with n taxa.
 Distributions of distances between all pairs of trees for p=1 and p=2 (this one squared, to take integer values) up to 6 taxa:
Each line is of the form "d k", where k is the number of (unordered) pairs of trees at distance d.
 Distributions of distances between
pairs of trees in TreeBase with n common taxa
for p=1 and p=2 (this one squared, to take integer values) up to 6 common taxa:
 p=1, n=2
 p=1, n=3
 p=1, n=4
 p=1, n=5
 p=1, n=6
 p=2, n=2
 p=2, n=3
 p=2, n=4
 p=2, n=5
 p=2, n=6
Each line is of the form "d k", where k is the number of (unordered) pairs of trees at distance d.

Plots of the distributions above are also available in the pdf file: