Data from: Polyploid formation shapes flowering plant diversity

Scarpino SV, Levin DA, Meyers LA

Date Published: May 12, 2014

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.35r23

 

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Title Ploidal Distributions
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Description In this table, we provide the chromosome count data for each genus and the observed or assumed age.
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Title Parameter Estimates
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Description In this table, we provide the parameter estimates under both models, and the goodness-of-fit results for the Simple Ratchet model. The column headers follow the naming convention: model.parameter for the estimates, model.parameter.upper for the upper limit of the 95% credible interval, and model.parameter.lower for the lower limit of the 95% credible interval.
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Title Summary Statistics
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Description The ABC-SMC model-fitting algorithm used the following nine metrics. The values for each metrics for the 60 genera are provided. The ABC-SMC algorithm, in particular the box-cox correction and PLS regression, performs best on continuous metrics, which is why we did not use the number of species in each ploidal class as metrics. Despite the reduced performance of categorical metrics, we included the highest observed ploidal level because it was highly informative for parameter inference. (1) Total genus size (2) Proportion diploids (3) Proportion tetraploids (4) Proportion species > = 4n (5) Proportion species > = 6n (6) Highest ploidal level observed (7) Proportion highest observed ploidal level (8) Average ploidy level (9) Variance in ploidy level.
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Scarpino SV, Levin DA, Meyers LA (2014) Polyploid formation shapes flowering plant diversity. The American Naturalist 184(4): 456-465. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/677752

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Scarpino SV, Levin DA, Meyers LA (2014) Data from: Polyploid formation shapes flowering plant diversity. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.35r23
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