# Difference between revisions of "John Huelsenbeck"

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## Revision as of 16:35, 24 July 2013

Slides/Presentations:

- Bayesian Phylogenetic Analysis, I - Bayesian Phylogenetic Analysis, II - Bayesian Phylogenetic Analysis, Supp.

John's lab page: http://ib.berkeley.edu/people/lab_detail.php?lab=54

Files Generated during the lecture/lab:

- simwithdice.nex - a NEXUS file with the data patterns that the class generated using 10-sided dice.

- coin_flip_mcmc.py - a Python program that implements the MCMC for estimating a coin's bias based on a number of heads and tails observed. This is not the code written during the lecture by John. It is an equivalent version of John's C++ implementation written (by Mark Holder) using the Python programming language. If you download it, then you can run it (from a Terminal) with the command
`python coin_flip_mcmc.py`

- coin_flip_mcmc.py - a Python program that implements the MCMC for estimating a coin's bias based on a number of heads and tails observed. This is not the code written during the lecture by John. It is an equivalent version of John's C++ implementation written (by Mark Holder) using the Python programming language. If you download it, then you can run it (from a Terminal) with the command