Data from: Gaps, an elusive source of phylogenetic information

Kumar Saurabh, Barbara R. Holland, Gillian C. Gibb & David Penny
Morrison (2009) raises a very fundamental question, “Why would phylogeneticists ignore computerized sequence alignment?” While well aware of the difficulties, he considers the whole issue is a ‘gaping hole that needs to be filled’. Particularly with the expansion of genomic-scale data there are many advantages to using automated alignment for phylogenetic analyses, the most obvious being that it is much more efficient and potentially less prone to experimenter bias. So yes, it is obviously desirable...
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