Data for: Phylogeny and divergence times of suckers (Cypriniformes: Catostomidae) inferred from Bayesian total-evidence analyses of molecules, morphology, and fossils

Published: 27 June 2018| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/trw6sb4v7w.2
Contributors:
Justin Bagley,
Richard Mayden,
Phillip Harris

Description

In support of the manuscript by Bagley, Mayden, & Harris (2018), this accession provides the raw data files used in our study. Specifically, the accession contains the following five zipped archives: 1) an archive containing the full folder of files used for our PartitionFinder analysis (including input and output files); 2) an archive of NEXUS-formatted DNA sequence alignments used during our BEAST analysis (modified to contain varying patterns of mtDNA sites, shown in Table 4 of the manuscript); 3) an archive containing our Bayesian maximum clade credibility (MCC) time tree inferred from final analyses using the FBD model in BEAST (based on 5000 post-burnin trees); 4) an archive of NEXUS alignments formatted for MrBayes, and used during our MrBayes analyses; and 5) an archive of Bayesian consensus trees (gene trees) from MrBayes (corresponding to results shown in Figure 2 of the manuscript). Users are referred to the manuscript, an extensive Appendix, and supplementary files available on the journal website for additional information on how the data were generated and interpreted. REFERENCES Bagley JC, Mayden RL, Harris PM. (2018) Phylogeny and divergence times of suckers (Cypriniformes: Catostomidae) inferred from Bayesian total-evidence analyses of molecules, morphology, and fossils. PeerJ.

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Institutions

University of Alabama, Saint Louis University, Universidade de Brasilia Instituto de Ciencias Biologicas

Categories

DNA Sequencing, Mitochondrial DNA, Gene Tree, Molecular Phylogenetics, Bayesian Analysis

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