Inferring speciation and extinction rates under different sampling schemes.

@article{Hhna2011InferringSA,
  title={Inferring speciation and extinction rates under different sampling schemes.},
  author={Sebastian H{\"o}hna and Tanja Stadler and Fredrik Ronquist and Tom Britton},
  journal={Molecular biology and evolution},
  year={2011},
  volume={28 9},
  pages={2577-89}
}
The birth-death process is widely used in phylogenetics to model speciation and extinction. Recent studies have shown that the inferred rates are sensitive to assumptions about the sampling probability of lineages. Here, we examine the effect of the method used to sample lineages. Whereas previous studies have assumed random sampling (RS), we consider two extreme cases of biased sampling: "diversified sampling" (DS), where tips are selected to maximize diversity and "cluster sampling (CS… CONTINUE READING

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