Data from: Distinguishing between convergent evolution and violation of the molecular clock for three taxa

Jonathan D. Mitchell, Jeremy G. Sumner & Barbara R. Holland
We give a non-technical introduction to convergence-divergence models, a new modeling approach for phylogenetic data that allows for the usual divergence of lineages after lineage-splitting but also allows for taxa to converge, i.e. become more similar over time. By examining the 3-taxon case in some detail we illustrate that phylogeneticists have been ``spoiled'' in the sense of not having to think about the structural parameters in their models by virtue of the strong assumption that...
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