Geometric ergodicity of a hybrid sampler for Bayesian inference of phylogenetic branch lengths.


One of the fundamental goals in phylogenetics is to make inferences about the evolutionary pattern among a group of individuals, such as genes or species, using present-day genetic material. This pattern is represented by a phylogenetic tree, and as computational methods have caught up to the statistical theory, Bayesian methods of making inferences about… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.mbs.2015.07.002


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