Figure S3 - Marginal probabilities and marginal odds ratios of the BAMM run
journal contributionposted on 28.03.2018, 18:14 by Frédéric Legendre, Fabien Condamine
Figure S3. Two different metrics of weighing the relative evidence of a diversification shift occurring along any individual branch. (a) The phylogenetic tree has its branch lengths been replaced by the branch-specific marginal shift probabilities, i.e. the length of a given branch is equal to the percentage of samples from the posterior that contain a rate shift on that particular branch. (b) The phylogenetic tree has the branch lengths scaled to equal the corresponding marginal odds ratio accounting for the effects of the prior and branch length. The longest branch length, in both trees, is labelled for reference. In both cases, the longest branch is within the termites.