Collection of morphological matrices (some including extinct taxa) and related phylogenetic inferences

2018-09-10T09:09:36Z (GMT) by Guido Grimm
<div>This file set contains (version 2) information, and analysis files, related to morphological data matrices collected from literature (including some we published) to sum up some principal features of these matrices, mainly how tree(un)like they are.</div><div><br></div><div>Version 2 includes<br></div><div><b>XLXS-File <i>OverviewTables</i> </b>summarising general signal information (behaviour under parsimony and NJ tree-building in relation to matrix and individual Delta Values, a measure for treelikeness.</div><div><b> </b></div><div><br></div><div><b>7z-Archives <i>Cycadales </i></b>and <i><b>HuffordMcMahon</b></i>.</div><div><i><b>Cycadales.7z</b> </i>includes the matrices of Stevenson (<i>Mem. NY Bot. Garden, </i><b>57</b>: 8–55, 1990) and my extension of it (Grimm GW. 1999. <a href="">Diploma thesis</a>. Eberhard Karls Universität) including extinct (potential) cycads as well as some inference based on them. <br></div><div><br></div><div><i><b>HuffonMcMahon.7z </b></i>includes the matrix and analysis files used for the graphics labelled HM04* and shown in the related post on Genealogical World of Phylogenetic Networks:<a href=""> <i>The curious case(s) of tree-like matrices with no synapomorphies.</i></a></div><div><br></div><div>Matrices are provided in NEXUS format (*.nex), trees in NEWICK (*.tre – single tree; *.tree[s] – tree collections) and networks in Splits-NEXUS format (*.nxs; *.dist; use SplitsTree to open and view files): MPT = most-parsimonious tree samples, BioNJ = neighbour-joining tree fulfilling the least-squares optimality criterion), MD = neighbour-net splits graphs, NJBS and PBS = NJ and parsimony bootstrap pseudoreplicates.<br></div>