On the Quirks of Maximum Parsimony and Likelihood on Phylogenetic Networks

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Bryant, Christopher; Fischer, Mareike; Linz, Simone; Semple, Charles;
  • Subject: 92E10, 92D15, 92B05 | Quantitative Biology - Populations and Evolution

Maximum parsimony is one of the most frequently-discussed tree reconstruction methods in phylogenetic estimation. However, in recent years it has become more and more apparent that phylogenetic trees are often not sufficient to describe evolution accurately. For instanc... View more
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