Phylogenetic morphometrics (II): algorithms for landmark optimization

@article{Goloboff2011PhylogeneticM,
  title={Phylogenetic morphometrics (II): algorithms for landmark optimization},
  author={P. Goloboff and S. Catalano},
  journal={Cladistics},
  year={2011},
  volume={27}
}
This paper describes algorithms for optimizing two‐ or three‐dimensional landmark data onto trees directly. The method is based on a first approximation using grids, and subsequent iterative refinement of the initial point estimates. Details of the implementation are discussed, as well as an empirical example. 
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