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David Swofford
David Swofford
Research Scientist, Florida Museum of Natural History
Verified email at duke.edu
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PAUP*: Phylogenetic Analysis Using Parsimony (*and other methods) [all versions, 1/4]
DL Swofford
Sinauer Associates, Sunderland MA 9, 2002
42011*2002
PAUP*: Phylogenetic Analysis Using Parsimony (*and other methods) [all versions, 3/4]
DL Swofford
Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates, 2002
33428*2002
BIOSYS-1: a FORTRAN program for the comprehensive analysis of electrophoretic data in population genetics and systematics
DL Swofford, RB Selander
Journal of heredity 72 (4), 281-283, 1981
4882*1981
Phylogenetic inference
DL Swofford, GJ Olsen, PJ Waddell, DM Hillis
Molecular Systematics, second edition. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA …, 1996
4021*1996
AWTY (are we there yet?): a system for graphical exploration of MCMC convergence in Bayesian phylogenetics
JAA Nylander, JC Wilgenbusch, DL Warren, DL Swofford
Bioinformatics 24 (4), 581-583, 2008
1964*2008
Phylogeny reconstruction
DL Swofford
Molecular systematics, 411-501, 1990
17271990
PAUP*: Phylogenetic Analysis Using Parsimony (*and other methods) [all versions, 2/4]
DL Swofford
Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA, 2002
1257*2002
Partitioning and combining data in phylogenetic analysis
JJ Bull, JP Huelsenbeck, CW Cunningham, DL Swofford, PJ Waddell
Systematic Biology 42 (3), 384-397, 1993
11281993
Reconstructing ancestral character states under Wagner parsimony
DL Swofford, WP Maddison
Mathematical biosciences 87 (2), 199-229, 1987
6571987
NEXUS: an extensible file format for systematic information
DR Maddison, DL Swofford, WP Maddison
Systematic biology 46 (4), 590-621, 1997
6551997
BEAGLE: an application programming interface and high-performance computing library for statistical phylogenetics
DL Ayres, A Darling, DJ Zwickl, P Beerli, MT Holder, PO Lewis, ...
Systematic biology 61 (1), 170-173, 2012
5782012
When are phylogeny estimates from molecular and morphological data incongruent?
DL Swofford
Phylogenetic analysis of DNA sequences, 314-340, 1991
4821991
Bias in phylogenetic estimation and its relevance to the choice between parsimony and likelihood methods
DL Swofford, PJ Waddell, JP Huelsenbeck, PG Foster, PO Lewis, ...
Systematic biology 50 (4), 525-539, 2001
4662001
A compound Poisson process for relaxing the molecular clock
JP Huelsenbeck, B Larget, D Swofford
Genetics 154 (4), 1879-1892, 2000
4062000
Inferring evolutionary trees with PAUP
JC Wilgenbusch, D Swofford
Current protocols in bioinformatics, 6.4. 1-6.4. 28, 2003
3952003
PAUP*: Phylogenetic Analysis Using Parsimony (*and other methods) [all versions, 4/4]
DL Swofford
Sinauer, Sunderland, Massachusetts, USA, 1998
394*1998
Are guinea pigs rodents? The importance of adequate models in molecular phylogenetics
J Sullivan, DL Swofford
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 4, 77-86, 1997
3581997
Inferring evolutionary trees from gene frequency data under the principle of maximum parsimony
DL Swofford, SH Berlocher
Systematic zoology 36 (3), 293-325, 1987
3281987
Taxon sampling revisited
S Poe, DL Swofford
Nature 398 (6725), 299-300, 1999
2511999
Geographic origins of human mitochondrial DNA: phylogenetic evidence from control region sequences
DR Maddison, M Ruvolovo, DL Swofford
Systematic Biology 41 (1), 111-124, 1992
2471992
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