Data from: Next-generation museomics disentangles one of the largest primate radiations

 

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Description Supporting Materials and Methods and Supporting Results, Supporting table legends
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Description Distribution of sequenced fragment sizes
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Description Coverage and GC content
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Description Chronogram of Cercopithecidae
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Description Comparison of prior and posterior distributions for calibrated nodes based on BEAST analyses
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Description Juxtaposed mitochondrial trees containing all available samples and only samples with at least 13kb sequenced nucleotides
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Description Juxtaposed mitochondrial trees calibrated using different placement of the Macaca libyca fossil: as stem macaque on the right and as crown macaque on the left.
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Description Log lineage through time plot.
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Description Range overlap analysis on nuclear data from Perelman et al. 2011.
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Title Table S1
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Description Specimen taxonomy, collection locality and GenBank accession numbers
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Title Table S2
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Description Sample source, extraction, sequencing and enrichment success
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Description Mitochondrial primers
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Title Table S4
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Description Best partitioning scheme identified with PartitionFinder for mtDNA data using only RaxML evolutionary models and all models
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Title Table S5
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Description Taxonomic representation of nuclear data from Perelman et al. 2011
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Description Lagrange analysis: geographic species distribution, adjacency matrix and allowed ranges
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Description Tests of diversification models in Laser
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Title mtDNA_BEAST_input_file_Mlibyca_crown
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Description Example BEAST control file with Macaca libyca used as crown macaque calibration point. The file contains among other information input for substitution models.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Guschanski K, Krause J, Sawyer S, Valente LM, Bailey S, Finstermeier K, Sabin R, Gilissen E, Sonet G, Nagy ZT, Lenglet G, Mayer F, Savolainen V (2013) Next-generation museomics disentangles one of the largest primate radiations. Systematic Biology 62(4): 539-554. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/syt018

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Guschanski K, Krause J, Sawyer S, Valente LM, Bailey S, Finstermeier K, Sabin R, Gilissen E, Sonet G, Nagy ZT, Lenglet G, Mayer F, Savolainen V (2013) Data from: Next-generation museomics disentangles one of the largest primate radiations. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7k14q
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