Data from: Experimental design in phylogenetics: testing predictions from expected information

 

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Title Master Alignment
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Description Master alingment of mitochondrial genome and nuclear rag1 data in nexus format. The matrix includes a tree block with the maximum likelihood tree obtained with RAxML v7.2.6. This data file has also been deposited in TreeBASE under accession number S11625.
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Title Supplementary Material
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Description Distinct structural features of the mitochondrial genome of Crotaphatrema lamottei.
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Title Supplementary Table
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Description Comparison of geometric means of boostrap proportions including and not including the controversial branch.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

San Mauro D, Gower DJ, Cotton JA, Zardoya R, Wilkinson M, Massingham T (2012) Experimental design in phylogenetics: testing predictions from expected information. Systematic Biology 61(4): 661-674. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/sys028

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San Mauro D, Gower DJ, Cotton JA, Zardoya R, Wilkinson M, Massingham T (2012) Data from: Experimental design in phylogenetics: testing predictions from expected information. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.83p1130j
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