Data from: Model selection as a tool for phylogeographic inference: an example from the willow Salix melanopsis

Bryan C. Carstens, Reid S. Brennan, Vivien Chua, Caroline V. Duffie, Michael G. Harvey, Rachel A. Koch, Caleb D. McMahan, Bradley J. Nelson, Catherine E. Newman, Jordan D. Satler, Glenn Seeholzer, Karine Posbic, David C. Tank & Jack Sullivan
Phylogeographic inference has typically relied on analyses of data from one or a few genes to provide estimates of demography and population histories. While much has been learned from these studies, all phylogeographic analysis is conditioned on the data, and thus, inferences derived from data that represent a small sample of the genome are unavoidably tenuous. Here, we demonstrate one approach for moving beyond classic phylogeographic research. We use sequence capture probes and Illumina sequencing...
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