Where: FU University Berlin (Germany)
When:20-24 May 2019
Instructor: Dr. Michael Matschiner (University of Basel (Switzerland))
Course website: https://www.physalia-courses.org/courses-workshops/course21/
Overview: In this workshop we will present theory and exercises to infer time-calibrated phylogenies from multi-locus, RADseq, and whole-genome data sets while accounting for these confounding factors.
Who Should Attend: This workshop is aimed at researchers, PhD or postdoc level planning to infer phylogenetic relationships and divergence times from multi-locus, RADseq, or whole-genome data.
Requirements: Attendents should have basic knowledge of UNIX and will need to use the command line on their laptops. Familiarity with a scripting language such as Ruby, Python, or Perl will be helpful but is not required.
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