Table 2

Rejection rates of H0 for CADM comparing data sets simulated on identical trees and with identical evolutionary parameters (GTR+ Γ + I), M = 5.

CMI


n

L

2

3

4

5


10

1000

0.308

0.928

1.000

1.000

(0.279-0.337)

(0.912-0.944)

-

-

5000

0.363

0.973

1.000

1.000

(0.333-0.393

(0.963-0.983)

-

-

10 000

0.383

0.966

1.000

1.000

(0.353-0.413)

(0.955-0.977)

-

-

20 000

0.380

0.974

1.000

1.000

(0.350-0.410)

(0.964-0.984)

-

-


25

1000

0.569

1.000

1.000

1.000

(0.538-0.600)

-

-

-

5000

0.662

1.000

1.000

1.000

(0.633-0.691)

-

-

-

10 000

0.675

1.000

1.000

1.000

(0.646-0.704)

-

-

-

20 000

0.682

1.000

1.000

1.000

(0.653-0.711)

-

-

-


50

1000

0.740

1.000

1.000

1.000

(0.715-0.769)

-

-

-

5000

0.851

1.000

1.000

1.000

(0.829-0.873)

-

-

-

10 000

0.869

1.000

1.000

1.000

(0.848-0.890)

-

-

-

20 000

0.898

1.000

1.000

1.000

(0.880-0.917)

-

-

-


100

1000

0.890*

1.000*

1.000*

1.000*

(0.828-0.952)

-

-

-

5000

0.970*

1.000*

1.000*

1.000*

(0.936-1.000)

-

-

-

10 000

0.970*

1.000*

1.000*

1.000*

(0.936-1.000)

-

-

-

20 000

0.970*

1.000*

1.000*

1.000*

(0.936-1.000)

-

-

-


A false H0 was constructed by including a different number of completely congruent matrices (CMI) together with a different number of incongruent matrices (IM), for a total of five distance matrices (M = 5). When CMI = 5, all matrices included in the test are congruent. Rejection rates are given at a significance level of 0.05, with 95% confidence intervals in parentheses. Calculated from 1000 replicates, except for cells with * (100 replicates). Dashes (-) correspond to a CI of 1.000 - 1.000.

Campbell et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:64   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-64

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