IQ-TREE: Novel methods for phylogenetic inference

Date & time

12–1pm 17 April 2018


Eucalyptus Seminar Room (S2.05), Level 2, RN Robertson Building (46), ANU


Minh Bui, Lanfear Lab, E&E, RSB


 Dan Rosauer
 6125 1028


In this talk I will present three new computational methods for phylogenetics: (i) a fast and accurate model selection approach (ModelFinder), (ii) an effective tree reconstruction (IQ-TREE) and (iii) a novel ultrafast bootstrap (UFBoot). These methods represent three key steps in every phylogenetic analysis. I will then apply advanced mixture models to revisit the once hot debate of Coelomata-Ecdysozoa hypotheses in the basal animal phylogeny. 


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