Data from: Misconceptions on missing data in RAD-seq phylogenetics with a deep-scale example from flowering plants

Deren A.R. Eaton, Elizabeth L. Spriggs, Brian Park & Michael J. Donoghue
Restriction-site associated DNA (RAD) sequencing and related methods rely on the conservation of enzyme recognition sites to isolate homologous DNA fragments for sequencing, with the consequence that mutations disrupting these sites lead to missing information. There is thus a clear expectation for how missing data should be distributed, with fewer loci recovered between more distantly related samples. This observation has led to a related expectation: that RAD-seq data are insufficiently informative for resolving deeper scale...
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