Translating DNA data tables into quasi-median networks for parsimony analysis and error detection.

Every DNA data table can be turned into a quasi-median network that faithfully represents the data. We show that for (weighted) condensed data tables the associated network harbors all most parsimonious reconstructions for any tree that connects the sampled haplotypes. Structural features of this network can be computed directly from the data table. The key… CONTINUE READING
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