Special Issue "Estimating Phylogenies from Large Genomic Datasets"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2017)
With the explosion of new data from “next generation” sequencing technologies over the past decade, evolutionary biologists have been faced with a number of challenges in using this data for phylogenetic inference. The goal of this Special Issue is to provide a brief overview of recently proposed methods for phylogenetic inference, as well as novel techniques for the acquisition, curation, and implementation of large datasets. We are especially interested in a wide variety of studies (both theoretical and empirical), from overviews of recent software/techniques/pipelines that have been developed to infer phylogenies from large genomic datasets.
Dr. Charles Bell
Dr. Stephen A. Smith
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