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bayesian Model Test bModelTest

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A Bayesian model test package for BEAST2. bModelTest can be used in any analysis where trees are estimated based on nucleotide sequences, such as multi-species coalescent analysis, various forms of phylogeographical analyses, sampled ancestor analysis, demographic reconstruction using coalescent, birth death skyline analysis, et cetera. The graphical use interface (GUI) support provided through BEAUti makes it easy to set up an analysis with the bModelTest site model. bModelTest allows estimation of the site model using a full Bayesian approach, without the need to rely on non-Bayesian tools for selecting the site model.

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bModelTest specifications

Software type:
Package/Module
Restrictions to use:
None
Programming languages:
Java
Computer skills:
Medium
Stability:
Stable
Source code URL:
https://github.com/BEAST2-Dev/bModelTest.git
Interface:
Graphical user interface
Operating system:
Unix/Linux
License:
GNU Lesser General Public License version 3.0
Version:
1.0.0
Maintained:
Yes

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Maintainer

  • Remco Bouckaert <>

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Institution(s)

Centre for Computational Evolution, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; Department of Computer Science, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand; Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena, Germany

Funding source(s)

This work was funded by a Rutherford fellowship from the Royal Society of New Zealand.

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