Data from: Comparing evolutionary rates between trees, clades, & traits

Liam J. Revell, Laura E. González-Valenzuela, Alejandro Alfonso, Luisa A. Castellanos-García, Carlos E. Guarnizo & Andrew J. Crawford
1. The tempo of evolutionary change through time is among the most heavily studied dimensions of macroevolution using phylogenies. 2. Here, we present a simple, likelihood-based method for comparing the rate of phenotypic evolution for continuous characters between trees. Our method is derived from a previous approach published by Brian O’Meara and colleagues in 2006. 3. We examine the statistical performance of the method and find that it suffers from the typical downward bias expected...
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