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- Genomics, biogeography, and the diversification of placental mammals

Table 1. Likelihood tests of alternative topologies

Shimodaira–Hasegawa test
Tree -ln L Diff -ln L P
A 7,239,065.38 1,041.57228 0.000*
B 7,239,235.261 1,211.45404 0.000*
C 7,238,023.807 Best
D 7,243,526.067 5,502.25965 0.000*

Shimodaira–Hasegawa test using RELL bootstrap (one-tailed test).

Number of bootstrap replicates, 1,000.

* P


Table 2. Parsimony tests of alternative topologies

Tree Length Kishino–Hasegawa test
Templeton test
Difference SD (diff) t P* Rank sums{dagger} N z P{ddagger}
A 267,548 390 39.16432 9.958 * 738,335 1,534 –9.9575 *
–439,010
B 267,231 73 43.02321 1.6968 0.0897 890,812 1,851 –1.6968 0.0897
–823,214
C 267,158 Best Best
D 268,181 1,023 71.25951 14.356 * 5,834,116.5 4,365 –14.4658 *
–3,694,678.5

*Probability of getting a more extreme T value under the null hypothesis of no difference between the two trees (two-tailed test). Asterisked values in table indicate significant difference at P

{dagger}Wilcoxon signed-ranks test statistic is the smaller of the absolute values of the two rank sums.

{ddagger}Approximate probability of getting a more extreme test statistic under the null hypothesis of no difference between the two trees (two-tailed test). Asterisked values in table indicate significant difference at P



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