Hua, Xia; Lanfear, Robert
Non‐random species sampling is the rule rather than the exception in phylogenetics, but most phylogenetic methods to infer macroevolutionary and macroecological processes assume that the tips of the phylogenetic tree are either completely sampled or randomly sampled. In this study, we focus on extending the popular BiSSE framework to better account for non‐random sampling of species. The existing BiSSE correction (which we describe hereafter as the unresolved clade correction) cannot be used on...[Show more]
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