The meeting includes a workshop entitled ‘New approaches to phylogenetic inference’ that will run alongside the talks. The workshop consists of three sessions of two hours each and will focus on polymorphism-aware phylogeny estimation, including practical exercises based on the software IQ-TREE and RevBayes.
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Before the course starts, please install the following software on your own computer:
- RevBayes. For this workshop, we will be using the
development RevBayes branch, where the polymorphism-aware models are all available. Make sure you follow these instructions to install RevBayes.
- IQ-Tree v2.1.2
- R or RStudio with the package Rcpp
- A good text editor, such as Sublime Text, NotePad++, Atom, BBEdit, vim, or emacs. Word is not a good text editor!
- Eric Archer (NOAA Southwest Fisheries Science Center)
- Nathalia Ramme (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul)
- Bianca De Sanctis (University of Cambridge)
- Niloofar Alaei Kakhki (Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Friedrich Schiller University Jena)
- Veronika Bartáková (Institute of Vertebrate Biology, Czech Academy of Sciences)
- Sishuo Wang (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
- Bruno Nevado (CE3C – University of Lisbon)
- Erin Molloy (University of California, Los Angles)
- Mukta Joshi (University of Oulu)
- Katarzyna Koszela (Museum and Institute of Zoology, Polish Academy of Sciences)
- Liliana Silva (CIIMAR/FCUP)
- Sara Rocha (University of Vigo)
- Bojan Papic (University of Ljubljana, Veterinary Faculty, Institute of Microbiology and Parasitology)
- Mareike Janiak (University of Salford)
- Alexandra Tokareva (Museum and Institute of Zoology, Poland Academy of Sciences)
- Joseph Hughes (University of Glasgow)
- Adrian Troya (Universidade Federal do Parana)
- Luiza Guimarães Fabreti (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität)
- Xinru Zhang (Penn State University)
- Spyros Lytras (MRC - University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research)
- Martin Helmkampf (Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research)
- Max Brown (Wellcome Sanger Institute)
- Jolien van Hooff (Ecologie Systématique Evolution, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay, AgroParisTech, Orsay, France)
- Ronja Jessica Billenstein (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
- Bjørn Tore Kopperud (LMU Munich)