Data from: A new method for handling missing species in diversification analysis applicable to randomly or non-randomly sampled phylogenies

Natalie Cusimano, Tanja Stadler & Susanne S. Renner
Chronograms from molecular dating are increasingly being used to infer rates of diversification and their change over time. A major limitation in such analyses is incomplete species sampling that moreover is usually non-random. While the widely used γ statistic with the MCCR test or the birth-death likelihood analysis with the ∆AICrc test statistic are appropriate for comparing the fit of different diversification models in phylogenies with random species sampling, no objective, automated method has been...
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