Data from: Is recombination a problem for species-tree analyses?

Hayley C. Lanier & L. Lacey Knowles
As the field of phylogenetics transitions into phylogenomics it has spurred a shift in the general paradigm for data analysis whereby specific dataset attributes can now be considered in a model-based framework. Much effort has been put in to modeling the effects of nucleotide substitution within a genealogy (i.e., modeling mutations; Felsenstein 2005) and the sorting genes between lineages (i.e., coalescence; Knowles and Kubatko 2010), both of which are inherent properties of all species histories....
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