P2C2M is an R package that allows users to assess the fit of the multispecies coalescent model to their empirical data.
spedeSTEM was rewritten using Python as part of a project for a couple of former undergraduate researchers. This version is ideal for researchers who want to estimate gene trees prior to the analysis, but use a Linux or UNIX-based OS. Examples files and a tutorial are also available.
For those interested in the scripts from Hird et al. (2010).
Software to conduct a Community tree analysis is now available.
An excel file demonstrates how we calculated the model probabilities using IMa described by Carstens et al. (2009).
We make inferences about the history of species and ecological communities using genetic, environmental and morphological data. We conduct investigations in a range of organisms: bats, insects, carnivorous plants, salamanders, willows, spiders, snails, slugs and viruses.