Data from: Do macrophylogenies yield stable macroevolutionary inferences? An example from squamate reptiles

Pascal O. Title & Daniel L. Rabosky
Advances in the generation, retrieval, and analysis of phylogenetic data have enabled researchers to create phylogenies that contain many thousands of taxa. These “macrophylogenies”—large trees that typically derive from megaphylogeny, supermatrix, or supertree approaches—provide researchers with an unprecedented ability to conduct evolutionary analyses across broad phylogenetic scales. Many studies have now used these phylogenies to explore the dynamics of speciation, extinction, and phenotypic evolution across large swaths of the tree of life. These trees are...
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