Data for: Phylogenetic tree reconstruction via graph cut presented using a quantum-inspired computer

Published: 28 December 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/gjyhp3f8f3.1
Contributors:
Wataru Onodera,
Nobuyuki Hara,
Shiho AOKI,
Toru Asahi,

Description

Phylogenetic trees in newick formats are listed. The trees were used as true data to compare reconstruction accuracy among phylogenetic reconstruction methods as described in Onodera et al. (2023) Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 178:107636. Supplementary table 1. Phylogenetic trees with the number of total taxa under branch length following normal distribution. Supplementary table 2. Phylogenetic trees with branch lengths following normal distribution. Supplementary table 3. Yule model phylogenetic trees with the number of total taxa under branch length. Supplementary table 4. Phylogenetic trees generated under Yule model. Supplementary table 5. Phylogenetic trees downloaded from RAxML Grove database.

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Institutions

Waseda Daigaku

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Phylogenetic Tree

Funding

Fujitsu

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