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  • Jessant
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    Originally posted by J Honeychuck View Post
    Re: K1a C497T (T16093C)

    If "Mutations between brackets () are recurrent/unstable within the respective clade, or are yet uncertain based on current data," then why do they appear in the tree at all?

    TIA for your advice.
    Transparency.

    It's helpful knowing which mutations in that area of the tree have previously been shown to be unstable or recurrent.

    Likewise, it's helpful to know which aspects of the tree need further investigation.

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  • J Honeychuck
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    Re: K1a C497T (T16093C)

    If "Mutations between brackets () are recurrent/unstable within the respective clade, or are yet uncertain based on current data," then why do they appear in the tree at all?

    TIA for your advice.

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  • Biblioteque
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    gtc: You are very generous to share that with us.

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  • gtc
    started a topic Phylotree build 16 now published

    Phylotree build 16 now published

    Here is the long-awaited build 16:

    http://www.phylotree.org/tree/main.htm
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