Data from: Iterative adaptive radiations of fossil canids show no evidence for diversity-dependent trait evolution

Slater GJ

Date Published: April 23, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9qd51

 

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Title canidae_topology_MCCT
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Description Maximum clade credibility tree from topology-only Bayesian analysis of canid morphological data
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Title canidae_dated_MCCT
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Description Maximum clade credibility tree from Bayesian tip-dating analysis of canid morphological data. Branch lengths are in units of millions of years
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Title canid_tree_data
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Description An R data object containing p and t files, as well as the tree with the highest Likelihood, from the Bayesian tip dating analysis of canid morphological data. Note that branch lengths for trees in the t files are not in units of millions of years; to obtain time scaled branch lengths, one needs to divide lengths by the corresponding clock rate from the p files
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Title extant_ratios
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Description a csv file containing ecomorphological data for extant canids and select non-canid caniforms. Data used in discriminant analyses for classifying fossil canids to dietary regimes.
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Title fossil.ratios
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Description a .csv file containing mean ecomorphological trait values for fossil canids. used in discriminant function analyses and in subsequent macroevolutionary analyses
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Title all.final.data
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Description CSV file containing Ln(body mass), relative grinding areas and dietary classifications for fossil and extant North American canids used in macroevolutionary analyses
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Title discriminant_analysis
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Description An R script used to perform discriminant analyses for classifying fossil canids to dietary regimes
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Title discrete trait analyses
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Description An R script for performing analyses of dietary evolution under Markov models. The script fits models and estimates rates to the best tree and a sample of 500 trees from the posterior distribution (see posteriorSample.csv)
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Title continuous trait analyses
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Description An R script for performing analyses of body size and relative grinding area evolution. The script fits models to a sample of trees drawn from the posterior distribtion (see posteriorSample.csv)
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Title posteriorSample
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Description CSV file containing a single column - these are the trees sampled from the posterior distribution when accounting for phylogenetic uncertainty in macroevolutionary model fitting.
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Title canidae_final_dating
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Description A nexus data file containing 123 characters coded for 133 living and fossil canids. The MrBayes block contains blocks to perform both topology-only and tip-dating analyses. Comments are provided showing which blocks to uncomment to perform specific analyses.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Slater GJ (2015) Iterative adaptive radiations of fossil canids show no evidence for diversity-dependent trait evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(16): 4897-4902. http://dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1403666111

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Slater GJ (2015) Data from: Iterative adaptive radiations of fossil canids show no evidence for diversity-dependent trait evolution. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.9qd51
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