Skewness and Permutation

Abstract

Abstracl-The skewness criterion of phylogenetic structure in data is too sensitive to character state frequencies, is not sensitive enough to number of characters (degree of corroboration) and relies on counts of arbitrarily-resolved bifurcating trees. For these reasons it can give misleading results. Permutation tests lack those drawbacks and can be… (More)

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