Table S1 - BAMM analyses
journal contributionposted on 28.03.2018 by Frédéric Legendre, Fabien Condamine
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Summary of diversification models in BAMM compared across a gradient of values for the Poison process governing the number of rate shifts. The analyses show that a scenario with either four, five or six shifts of diversification best explained the macroevolution of Dictyoptera. Although it might suggest that the Poison prior has some effect on the analyses, it is important to note that all shifts are in common between the analyses (see Fig. S6 for more details). Based on the effective sample size (ESS) and the highest posterior distribution per number of shifts for the Poisson rate prior, we selected the model with a Poison prior of 10 (highlighted in bold). In addition this model represents an intermediary among the analyses (i.e. we did not favour a model with more shifts or a model with few shifts).