Short Tree, Long Tree, Right Tree, Wrong Tree: New Acquisition Bias Corrections for Inferring SNP Phylogenies

@inproceedings{Leach2015ShortTL,
  title={Short Tree, Long Tree, Right Tree, Wrong Tree: New Acquisition Bias Corrections for Inferring SNP Phylogenies},
  author={Adam D Leach{\'e} and Barbara L. Banbury and Joseph Felsenstein and Adri{\'a}n nieto-Montes de Oca and Alexandros Stamatakis},
  booktitle={Systematic biology},
  year={2015}
}
Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are useful markers for phylogenetic studies owing in part to their ubiquity throughout the genome and ease of collection. Restriction site associated DNA sequencing (RADseq) methods are becoming increasingly popular for SNP data collection, but an assessment of the best practises for using these data in phylogenetics is lacking. We use computer simulations, and new double digest RADseq (ddRADseq) data for the lizard family Phrynosomatidae, to investigate… CONTINUE READING

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