Genealogical Working Distributions for Bayesian Model Testing with Phylogenetic Uncertainty.

  title={Genealogical Working Distributions for Bayesian Model Testing with Phylogenetic Uncertainty.},
  author={Guy Baele and Philippe Lemey and Marc A. Suchard},
  journal={Systematic biology},
  volume={65 2},
Marginal likelihood estimates to compare models using Bayes factors frequently accompany Bayesian phylogenetic inference. Approaches to estimate marginal likelihoods have garnered increased attention over the past decade. In particular, the introduction of path sampling (PS) and stepping-stone sampling (SS) into Bayesian phylogenetics has tremendously improved the accuracy of model selection. These sampling techniques are now used to evaluate complex evolutionary and population genetic models… CONTINUE READING
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