Data from: Bayesian model selection with BAMM: effects of the model prior on the inferred number of diversification shifts

Jonathan S. Mitchell & Daniel L. Rabosky
1. Understanding variation in rates of speciation and extinction -- both among lineages and through time -- is critical to the testing of many hypotheses about macroevolutionary processes. BAMM is a flexible Bayesian framework for inferring the number and location of shifts in macroevolutionary rate across phylogenetic trees and has been widely used in empirical studies. BAMM requires that researchers specify a prior probability distribution on the number of diversification rate shifts before conducting an...
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