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A partitioned restriction-site associated DNA (RAD) visualization method to investigate the possibility that suboptimal topologies supported by large numbers of loci—due, for example, to reticulate evolution or lineage sorting—are masked by the globally optimal tree. RADami implements import, export, manipulation, visualization, and downstream (post-clustering) analysis of RADseq data, integrating with the pyRAD package.

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The Morton Arboretum, Lisle, IL, USA; The Field Museum, Department of Botany, Chicago, IL, USA; University of Chicago, Committee on Evolutionary Biology, Chicago, IL, USA; University of Minnesota, College of Biological Sciences, Saint Paul, MN, USA; Floragenex, Inc., Eugene, OR, USA; Duke University, Department of Biology, Durham, NC, USA

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This work was supported by U.S. National Science Foundation DEB Awards #1146488, #1146380, and #1146102, and a Field Museum Lester Armour Graduate fellowship.

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