Have you created phylogenetic trees containing unreliable branches?
Wheel Tree Representation can help you.
The recent explosion in the availability of genetic sequence data has made phylogenetic inference routine in many life sciences laboratories.
The outcomes of phylogenetic analyses are, typically, not one certain tree but more than one tree, even though we have genomes today.
Thus, uncertainty in phylogenetic analysis would be unavoidable and essential, and phylogenetic information should be represented not by a single tree but by a group of trees.
It may also mean that canonical "furcations" alone would have limitations in representing phylogenetic information fully.
Wheel Tree Representation
is an intuitive, informative, and the most balanced representation of phylogenetic tree groups.
We would like to recommend to use Wheel Trees to represent the results of phylogenetic analyses.