The Effects of Partitioning on Phylogenetic Inference
Partitioning is a commonly used method in phylogenetics that aims to accommodate variation in substitution patterns among sites. Despite its popularity, there have been few systematic studies of its effects on phylogenetic inference, and there have been no studies that compare the effects of different approaches to partitioning across many empirical data sets. In this study, we applied four commonly used approaches to partitioning to each of 34 empirical data sets, and then compared the...[Show more]
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