Macroevolution & phylogenetic methods
Centre for Biodiversity Analysis workshop
Computational Macroevolution and Phylogenetic Comparative Methods
15-17 September, 2014 | Australian National University, Canberra
CBA is pleased to offer an intensive three day short course on Computational Macroevolution and Phylogenetic Comparative Methods, led by Dan Rabosky, University of Michigan.
This workshop will be a mix of application and theory, but will focus heavily on the analysis of macroevolutionary rates on phylogenetic trees. Most applications will focus on time-calibrated phylogenetic trees of extant species.