Streptococcus recombination heatmaps. Heatmaps of the (a) AU test, (b) bipartitions bootstrap scores and (c) well supported conflicting bipartitions on the core-genome of Streptococcus. Topologies are ordered from the less rejected (on the left) to the most rejected (on the right). Bipartitions are ordered from the less supported (on the left) to the most supported (on the right), and only bipartitions supported by at least a 70% bootstrap score are represented. Genes are ordered from the less conflicting (left and top) to the most conflicting (right and bottom). The well supported conflicting bipartitions heatmap represents a symmetrical distances matrix, where each cell corresponds to the number of well supported (that is, bootstrap ≥90) conflicting bipartitions between two genes. A color key is given on the right side, and gradations correspond to p values, bootstrap percentages, and number of conflicting bipartitions, left to the right respectively. The arrow locates the concatenated tree.