Data from: Multiple sequence alignment averaging improves phylogeny reconstruction

Haim Ashkenazy, Itamar Sela, Eli Levy Karin, Giddy Landan & Tal Pupko
The classic methodology of inferring a phylogenetic tree from sequence data is composed of two steps. First, a multiple sequence alignment (MSA) is computed. Then, a tree is reconstructed assuming the MSA is correct. Yet, inferred MSAs were shown to be inaccurate and alignment errors reduce tree inference accuracy. It was previously proposed that filtering unreliable alignment regions can increase the accuracy of tree inference. However, it was also demonstrated that the benefit of this...
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