Figure 6.

Selected statistics from the BEAST analysis. Distribution curves obtained from a post burn-in sample of 40,000 chronograms; each curve represents an independent run. (a) Covariance between parent and child branch rates. A value close to zero indicates that there is no support for autocorrelation (a main assumption in Penalized Likelihood analyses), meaning that the BEAST results here are probably more realistic. (b) Distribution of age estimates for the crown group of the Hawaiian taxa.

Antonelli BMC Biology 2009 7:82   doi:10.1186/1741-7007-7-82
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