In article <carmean-2012951617520001 at creslab2.biol.sfu.ca> carmean at sfu.ca (Dave Carmean) writes:
>using equate="A=G" and equate="T=C" one may do transversion parsimony.
Don't you think this is a little extreme?
Why not just use a variety of Sankoff matrices rather than obliterating
all of the information in transitions?
Mark E. Siddall "I don't mind a parasite...
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