Question: Comparative measure of phylogenetic tree resolution
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16 months ago by
jnf376940
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jnf376940 wrote:

Hey all,

I have a bunch of phylogenetic trees of tissue lineages. I have something on the order of 2000 lineages. For each lineage I have a 100-iteration bootstrap value calculated at every split/node. What I am looking for is a way to get a sense of the overall tree resolution, especially when compared with one another. The number of 'taxa' in each tree can be wildly different between trees. I am basically trying to see the presence of certain 'taxa' improve or hinder the overall ability to resolve each lineage tree.

I was thinking an average bootstrap value might give me some idea and then could compare them based on average bootstrap score.

Anybody have any guidance or tips?

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