Supplementary figures for: Of traits and trees: probabilistic distances under continuous trait models for dissecting the interplay among phylogeny, model, and data

Richard Adams, Heath Blackmon & Michael DeGiorgio
Stochastic models of character trait evolution have become a cornerstone of evolutionary biology in an array of contexts. While probabilistic models have been used extensively for statistical inference, they have largely been ignored for the purpose of measuring distances between phylogeny-aware models. Recent contributions to the problem of phylogenetic distance computation have highlighted the importance of explicitly considering evolutionary model parameters and their impacts on molecular sequence data when quantifying dissimilarity between trees. By comparing...
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