Difference between revisions of "Total-evidence analysis in RevBayes"

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* Höhna et al. 2014. Probabilistic graphical model representation in phylogenetics. Systematic Biology 63:753–771. [http://sysbio.oxfordjournals.org/content/63/5/753 (PDF)]
 
* Höhna et al. 2014. Probabilistic graphical model representation in phylogenetics. Systematic Biology 63:753–771. [http://sysbio.oxfordjournals.org/content/63/5/753 (PDF)]
  
== Tutorial and Files ==  
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== Tutorial PDF ==  
 
* The detailed tutorial on the RevBayes repository: [https://github.com/revbayes/revbayes_tutorial/raw/master/tutorial_TeX/RB_TotalEvidenceDating_FBD_Tutorial/RB_TotalEvidenceDating_FBD_Tutorial.pdf download]
 
* The detailed tutorial on the RevBayes repository: [https://github.com/revbayes/revbayes_tutorial/raw/master/tutorial_TeX/RB_TotalEvidenceDating_FBD_Tutorial/RB_TotalEvidenceDating_FBD_Tutorial.pdf download]
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== Getting Started ==
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==== On the MBL Cluster ====
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On the course cluster, make a copy of the lab directory for your analysis:
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<pre>
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cp -R /class/molevol-software/revbayes_lab/ .
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</pre>
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Enter your new copy of the lab directory:
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cd revbayes_lab
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</pre>
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Execute RevBayes:
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rb
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</pre>

Revision as of 16:37, 24 July 2017

This tutorial was developed for RevBayes workshops and users at home. Here you will find instructions for getting the files and for executing RevBayes on the MBL servers.


Background Reading

  • Höhna et al. 2016. RevBayes: Bayesian phylogenetic inference using graphical models and an interactive model-specification language. Systematic Biology, 65:726-736. (PDF)
  • Höhna et al. 2014. Probabilistic graphical model representation in phylogenetics. Systematic Biology 63:753–771. (PDF)

Tutorial PDF

  • The detailed tutorial on the RevBayes repository: download

Getting Started

On the MBL Cluster

On the course cluster, make a copy of the lab directory for your analysis:

cp -R /class/molevol-software/revbayes_lab/ .

Enter your new copy of the lab directory:

cd revbayes_lab

Execute RevBayes:

rb