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Re: Keesey on a mathematical approach to defining clade names -- or -- Whatever Happened To Baby New Papers?
Congrats for the work, Keesey.
An alternative way to define a clade is by prime number
multiplication. Assigning a unique prime number to each specimen - and
multiplying those numbers in a node based clade defined by those
specifiers. (Bad way to represent in a paper, but probably ok in a
On 9/25/07, T. Michael Keesey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> And now everyone knows why I haven't updated the Dinosauricon in
> years. (Although if I ever do have time to revive it, the work done
> for this paper will form an integral part of it. Also the work done
> for another project which I hope to be announcing reasonably soon....)
> T. Michael Keesey