Data from: Determining the null model for detecting adaptive convergence from genomic data: a case study using echolocating mammals

Thomas GWC, Hahn MW

Date Published: February 5, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.16qc5

 

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Title Data from echolocation convergence study
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Description The data in this folder accompany the publication: Thomas GWC and Hahn MW. 2015 Determining the null model for detecting adaptive convergence from genomic data: a case study using echolocating mammals. Molecular Biology and Evolution. The files in this repository are: 1. alignments: The 6,400 amino acid alignments (in fasta format) of the 9 mammals used in this study along with the ancestral states as inferred by PAML. 2. species_tree.nwk The newick formatted species tree inferred from the original alignments with RAxML and average consensus. Internal nodes have been labeled to correspond with the labels of the ancestral state sequences from the alignments.
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Thomas GWC, Hahn MW (2015) Determining the null model for detecting adaptive convergence from genomic data: a case study using echolocating mammals. Molecular Biology and Evolution 32(5): 1232-1236. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msv013

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Thomas GWC, Hahn MW (2015) Data from: Determining the null model for detecting adaptive convergence from genomic data: a case study using echolocating mammals. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.16qc5
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