I have a phylogeny file as a .qza, .qzv, and .nwk and need to convert it to a .nexml, .dendro, .tre, or .nexus. Any ideas on how to do this?
I built a phylogeny of some metagenomic 16S data using iqtree, which saved the file as a .qza. I have also used Empress (https://github.com/biocore/empress), which converted the tree to a .qzv. I also used qiime tools export, which converted the .qzv to a .nwk. I am trying to visualize this tree with Dendroscope, which only takes the above file formats.
I’m using Dendroscope because my tree is relatively big (~18000 taxa), and is not easily viewable with iTOL or other phylogeny viewing software. I heard that Dendroscope may be able to handle a tree of that size. If anyone has any other software that may work to view the tree, that would solve my problem as well!