How to represent uncertainty in phylogenies: RoguePlots to the rescue!

In my short research career I have become more and more intersted in how to appropriately represent uncertainty in phylogenetic analyses. Phylogenetic trees based on morphology are often represented as a single (strict or majority) consensus tree, sometimes with branches labelled with branch support (bootstrap/jackknife percentages or ‘Decay index’). However, in many cases this formContinue reading “How to represent uncertainty in phylogenies: RoguePlots to the rescue!”