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Bias and measurement error in comparative analyses: a case study with the Ornstein Uhlenbeck model

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Apr 9, 2014

Gavin H ThomasRobert P Freckleton

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Phylogenetic comparative methods are increasingly used to give new insight into variation, causes and consequences of trait variation among species. The foundation of these methods is a suite of models that attempt to capture evolutionary patterns by extending the Brownian constant vari...read more

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Phylogenetic Analysis
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Evolution, Molecular
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Comparative Analysis
Biological Evolution
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Bias and measurement error in comparative analyses: a case study with the Ornstein Uhlenbeck model

bioRxiv

Apr 9, 2014

Gavin H ThomasRobert P Freckleton

PMID: 990004036

DOI: 10.1101/004036

Abstract

Phylogenetic comparative methods are increasingly used to give new insight into variation, causes and consequences of trait variation among species. The foundation of these methods is a suite of models that attempt to capture evolutionary patterns by extending the Brownian constant vari...read more

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Phylogenetic Analysis
Species
Evolution, Molecular
Study
Case-Control Studies
Comparative Analysis
Biological Evolution
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33

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