The Paleantology project was at the Society of Systematic Biologists standalone meeting this week. Below are the slides for my talk. If you want to try the model discussed, there is a use-case in the Total Evidence Dating RevBayes tutorial given by Tracy Heath, Walker (Will) Pett and myself. Feel free to get in touch with questions, or for help implementing the model with your own data.
Will and I have a couple students starting with us this week to elucidate aspects of the performance of the model discussed. Watch this space to get to know our students and their project!
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[…] Bay Marine lab for the 2017 Applied Phylogenetics Workshop. I’ll be talking about some of the work Walker Pett, undergraduates Andre Flores and Pat Mendoza, and I have been doing on morphological […]