Mesquite

Mesquite: A modular system for evolutionary analysis. Mesquite is modular, extendible software for evolutionary biology, designed to help biologists organize and analyze comparative data about organisms. Its emphasis is on phylogenetic analysis, but some of its modules concern population genetics, while others do non-phylogenetic multivariate analysis. Because it is modular, the analyses available depend on the modules installed.


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  1. Bryant, Christopher; Fischer, Mareike; Linz, Simone; Semple, Charles: On the quirks of maximum parsimony and likelihood on phylogenetic networks (2017)
  2. Didier, Gilles: Time-dependent-asymmetric-linear-parsimonious ancestral state reconstruction (2017)
  3. Xi, Jing; Xie, Jin; Yoshida, Ruriko: Distributions of topological tree metrics between a species tree and a gene tree (2017)
  4. Mykowiecka, Agnieszka; Górecki, Pawel: Bootstrapping algorithms for gene duplication and speciation events (2016)
  5. Ellingson, Leif; Hendriks, Harrie; Patrangenaru, Vic; San Valentin, Paul: On the CLT on low dimensional stratified spaces (2014)
  6. Owen, J.Michael; Shashkov, Mikhail: Arbitrary Lagrangian eulerian remap treatments consistent with staggered compatible total energy conserving Lagrangian methods (2014)
  7. Swenson, Nathan G.: Functional and phylogenetic ecology in R (2014)
  8. Didier, Gilles: Parametric maximum parsimonious reconstruction on trees (2011)
  9. Morris, Robert A.; Asiedu, Jacob K.; Haber, William A.; SaintOurs, Fred; Stevenson, Robert D.; Tang, Hua: Database-backed decision trees with application to biological informatics (2007) ioport
  10. Morris, Robert A.; Asiedu, Jacob K.; Haber, William A.; SaintOurs, Fred; Stevenson, Robert D.; Tang, Hua: Database-backed decision trees with application to biological informatics (2007) ioport
  11. Pattengale, Nicholas D.; Moret, Bernard M.E.: A sublinear-time randomized approximation scheme for the Robinson-Foulds metric (2006)