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Re: TNT: now free phylogenetic software
No David, is not the same thing. In this method the homoplasic
characters are less important than apomorphic ones. Here the cost of
character state transformations is based on their congruence, and is
not a posteriori weighting, because transformation costs are
dynamically determined during reconstructions. So, another important
thing is that this is not iterative, thats means that the problem of
different final results due to different starting points, is avoided.
PAUP did not implement this kind of search yet.
About this method is it possible to start reading: Goloboff, 1997.
Self-Weighted Optimization: Tree Searches and Character State
Reconstructions under Implied Transformation Costs. Cladistics 13 (3),
Dr. Javier N. Gelfo
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Quoting David Marjanovic <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
And there are another interesting features to try which are not
available in PAUP for example "implied weighting".
Is this the same as reweighting = a-posteriori weighting, which is
implemented in PAUP*?