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TNT, a free program for phylogenetic analysis
TLDR
The main features of the phylogeny program TNT are discussed. Expand
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TESTING SIGNIFICANCE OF INCONGRUENCE
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A Successive Approximations Approach to Character Weighting
Abstract Fa~ris, J. S. (Dept. Biol. Sci., State Uniu., Stony Brook, New York 11790) 1969. A successive approximations approach to charaaer weighting. Syst. Zool., 18:374385.-Characters that areExpand
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Methods for Computing Wagner Trees
Abstract Farris, J. S. (Biol. Sci., State Univ., Stony Brook, N. Y.) 1970. Methods for computing Wagner Trees. Syst. Zool., 19:8342.-The article derives some properties of Wagner Trees and NetworksExpand
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Regular ArticlePARSIMONY JACKKNIFING OUTPERFORMS NEIGHBOR-JOINING
Because they are designed to produced just one tree, neighbor-joining programs can obscure ambiguities in data. Ambiguities can be uncovered by resampling, but existing neighbor-joining programs mayExpand
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The Logical Basis of Phylogenetic Analysis
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Estimating Phylogenetic Trees from Distance Matrices
  • J. Farris
  • Biology
  • The American Naturalist
  • 1 September 1972
1. The distance Wagner procedure, presented here, is a modification of the original Wagner algorithm of Kluge and Farris (1969). Unlike previous techniques for calculating most parsimonious trees, itExpand
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SKEWNESS AND PERMUTATION
Abstract— The skewness criterion of phylogenetic structure in data is too sensitive to character state frequencies, is not sensitive enough to number of characters (degree of corroboration) andExpand
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