Data from: A parametric method for assessing diversification rate variation in phylogenetic trees

Premal Shah, Benjamin Minault Fitzpatrick & James Andrew Fordyce
Phylogenetic hypotheses are frequently used to examine variation in rates of diversification across the history of a group. Patterns of diversification-rate variation can be used to infer underlying ecological and evolutionary processes responsible for patterns of cladogenesis. Most existing methods examine rate variation through time. Methods for examining differences in diversification among groups are more limited. Here we present a new method, parametric rate comparison (PRC), that explicitly compares diversification rates among lineages in a...
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