Bootstrapping Phylogenetic Trees: Theory and Methods

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This is a survey of the use of the bootstrap in the area of systematic and evolutionary biology. I present the current usage by biologists of the bootstrap as a tool both for making inferences and for evaluating robustness, and propose a framework for thinking about these problems in terms of mathematical statistics. CR - Copyright © 2003 Institute of Mathematical Statistics

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  • Susan Holmes

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