Data from: The relative importance of modeling site pattern heterogeneity versus partition-wise heterotachy in phylogenomic inference

Huaichun Wang, Edward Susko & Andrew J. Roger
Large taxa-rich genome-scale data sets are often necessary for resolving ancient phylogenetic relationships. But accurate phylogenetic inference requires that they are analyzed with realistic models that account for the heterogeneity in substitution patterns amongst the sites, genes and lineages. Two kinds of adjustments are frequently used: models that account for heterogeneity in amino acid frequencies at sites in proteins, and partitioned models that accommodate the heterogeneity in rates (branch lengths) among different proteins in different...
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