Data from: The impact of the tree prior on molecular dating of data sets containing a mixture of inter- and intraspecies sampling

Andrew M. RItchie, Nathan Lo & Simon Y.W. Ho
In Bayesian phylogenetic analyses of genetic data, prior probability distributions need to be specified for the model parameters, including the tree. When Bayesian methods are used for molecular dating, available tree priors include those designed for species-level data, such as the pure-birth and birth-death priors, and coalescent-based priors designed for population-level data. However, molecular dating methods are frequently applied to data sets that include multiple individuals across multiple species. Such data sets violate the assumptions...
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