Hi, me again:)

I understand how to create a cladogram which shows the temporal distance between a parent and child clade, because time is constant. But is there some sort of scientific standard that will allow one to show the amount of morphological change between nodes? For example, this amount of change is 1.7; that amount of change is 3.8.

As a non-scientist and non-math person, I understand how to plot a cladogram using Y as time, but I don't see any sort of constant if I want to make X the amount of change. 

I want to use available data to view extant relationships including both the temporal and morphological separation, if at all possible.

As always, Merci:)

sorry no-one seems to know the answer to your question.