Data from: Analysis of phylogenomic tree space resolves relationships among marsupial families

Duchene D, Bragg J, Duchene S, Neaves L, Potter S, Moritz C, Johnson R, Ho S, Eldridge M

Date Published: September 20, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.353q5

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Title Marsupial family phylogneomics analyses results
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Description Analyses results for each data set, including phylogenetic and dating analyses. For access to target sequences and code used to process the sequencing reads, please see the Bioinformatics directory at https://github.com/duchene/marsupial_family_phylogenomics (linked below).
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Title Marsupial family phylogenomics target sequences and code.
Description The directory 'Bioinformatics' contains the target sequences and code used to process the sequencing reads.
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