BaTS (Bayesian Tip-Significance testing) is a package that allows the user to test for significant phylogeny-trait correlations whilst taking into account uncertainty arising from phylogenetic error, by integrating over the credible set of topologies produced by Bayesian phylogenetics programs such as BEAST or MrBayes. Null distributions are generated for statistics of phylogeny-trait association, and used to test the significance of the observed data. BaTS can also perform batch analyses of multiple data sets.
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Correlating viral phenotypes with phylogeny: accounting for phylogenetic uncertainty.
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