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|Title:||Genome assembly and phylogenomic data analyses using plastid data : contrasting species tree estimation methods|
|Abstract:||Phylogenomics has become increasingly popular in recent years mostly due to the increased affordability of next generation sequencing techniques. Phylogenomics has sparked interest in multiple fields of research, including systematics, ecology, epidemiology, and even personalized medicine, agriculture and pharmacy. Despite this trend, it is usually difficult to learn and understand how the analyses were done, how the results were obtained, and most importantly, how to replicate the study. Here we present the data and all of the code utilized to perform phylogenomic inferences using plastome data: from raw data to extensive phylogenetic inference and accuracy assessment. The data presented here utilizes plastome sequences available on GenBank (accession numbers of 94 species are available below) and the code is also available at https://github.com/deisejpg/rosids. Gonçalves et al. is the research article associated with the data analyses presented here|
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