Data from: Complex models of sequence evolution require accurate estimators as exemplified with the invariable site plus Gamma model

Lam-Tung Nguyen, Arndt Von Haeseler & Bui Quang Minh
The invariable site plus Γ model is widely used to model rate heterogeneity among alignment sites in maximum likelihood and Bayesian phylogenetic analyses. The proof that the invariable site plus continuous Γ model is identifiable (model parameters can be inferred correctly given enough data) has increased the creditability of its application to phylogeny reconstruction. However, most phylogenetic software implement the invariable site plus discrete Γ model, whose identifiability is likely but unproven. How well the...
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