Let’s wrap up.

We saw that you can export the divisional history in a variety of format from a Morpheus simulation using the write-log option in the CellDivision plugin.

Using the Newick format, you can generate advanced visualization of the lineage trees using the python package ETE3. The same package also provides tools to compare tree topologies, but this could be a topic of another post.

Last but not least, we saw how you can use the External plugin to execute e.g. Python scripts without ever leaving Morpheus.