msBayes

msBayes: Pipeline for testing comparative phylogeographic histories using hierarchical Approximate Bayesian Computation. Results: msBayes employs approximate Bayesian computation (ABC) under a hierarchical coalescent model to test for simultaneous divergence (TSD) in multiple co-distributed population-pairs. Simultaneous isolation is tested by estimating three hyper-parameters that characterize the degree of variability in divergence times across co-distributed population pairs while allowing for variation in various within population-pair demographic parameters (sub-parameters) that can affect the coalescent. msBayes is a software package consisting of several C and R programs that are run with a Perl ”front-end”.

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  1. Karabatsos, George; Leisen, Fabrizio: An approximate likelihood perspective on ABC methods (2018)
  2. Huang, Wen; Takebayashi, Naoki; Qi, Yan; Hickerson, Michael J.: MTML-msbayes: approximate Bayesian comparative phylogeographic inference from multiple taxa and multiple loci with rate heterogeneity (2011) ioport
  3. Hickerson, Michael J.; Stahl, Eli; Takebayashi, Naoki: Msbayes: Pipeline for testing comparative phylogeographic histories using hierarchical approximate Bayesian computation (2007) ioport