Data from: Measuring rates of phenotypic evolution and the inseparability of tempo and mode

 

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Title Supplementary Appendix 1 - LRI simulations
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Description R code used to test via simulation the performance of the LRI (log-rate, log-interval) method for inferring rates of evolution. The included code does the simulations and plots the results summarized in Figure 4 in the paper.
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Title Supplementary Table 1 - Fossil Rate Estimates
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Description Table in XLSX format summarizing information and model parameter estimates for 251 time-series of traits measured in fossil lineages.
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Title Supplementary Table 2 - Phylogenetic Rate Estimates
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Description Table in XLSX format summarizing information and model parameter estimates for rate estimates generated from phylogenies of extant species. Original data are from Harmon et al (2010), Evolution 64(8):2385-2396.
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Hunt G (2012) Measuring rates of phenotypic evolution and the inseparability of tempo and mode. Paleobiology 38(3): 351-373. http://dx.doi.org/10.1666/11047.1

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Hunt G (2012) Data from: Measuring rates of phenotypic evolution and the inseparability of tempo and mode. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c1m60s84
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