Tag Archives: phylogenomics

Phylogenetic trees in R using ggtree

Recently, one R package which I like to use for visualizing phylogenetic trees got published. It’s called ggtree, and as you might guess from the name it is based on the popular ggplot2 package. With ggtree, plotting trees in R has … Continue reading

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Comparing your options for phylogenomic data

The choices for current-generation (last generation?) molecular markers are grouped in two primary camps. First, the “reduced representation” methods: take some DNA, cut it up with specific enzymes, tag those pieces, read the sequences. These methods produce lots and lots of … Continue reading

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