Ultrafast Approximation for Phylogenetic Bootstrap

@inproceedings{Minh2013UltrafastAF,
  title={Ultrafast Approximation for Phylogenetic Bootstrap},
  author={Bui Quang Minh and Minh Anh Nguyen and Arndt von Haeseler},
  booktitle={Molecular biology and evolution},
  year={2013}
}
Nonparametric bootstrap has been a widely used tool in phylogenetic analysis to assess the clade support of phylogenetic trees. However, with the rapidly growing amount of data, this task remains a computational bottleneck. Recently, approximation methods such as the RAxML rapid bootstrap (RBS) and the Shimodaira-Hasegawa-like approximate likelihood ratio test have been introduced to speed up the bootstrap. Here, we suggest an ultrafast bootstrap approximation approach (UFBoot) to compute the… CONTINUE READING
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