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Table 1 Linear fit equations for data in Figure 1. Slope, y-intercept, significance, and R2 values for linear equations relating bootstrap proportion and Bayesian posterior values shown in panels A, D and E of Figure 1, i.e. for all nodes subtending identical subtrees among the 21 empirical protein-sequence datasets, regardless of whether the corresponding full ML and Bayesian trees are topologically identical or not.

From: Bayesian and maximum likelihood phylogenetic analyses of protein sequence data under relative branch-length differences and model violation

Data 1 Panel Slope SE 2 Signif y-Intcpt SE Signif Mult R 2 Adj R 2
JTT model, all data A 0.4993 0.0536 0.001 51.823 4.568 0.001 0.6207 0.6136
  D 0.5150 0.0398 0.001 50.125 3.441 0.001 0.5279 0.5247
  E 0.5101 0.0322 0.001 50.625 2.773 0.001 0.5508 0.5486
EQ model, all data A 0.4557 0.0572 0.001 55.661 4.871 0.001 0.5452 0.5367
  D 0.4517 0.0352 0.001 56.269 3.050 0.001 0.5227 0.5195
  E 0.4531 0.0298 0.001 56.077 2.569 0.001 0.5297 0.5274
JTT model, BP <85% A 0.7536 0.1771 0.001 38.180 10.819 0.01 0.4880 0.4610
  D 0.7816 0.1258 0.001 34.931 8.115 0.001 0.4081 0.3976
  E 0.7694 0.1020 0.001 36.112 6.487 0.001 0.4251 0.4176
EQ model, BP <85% A 0.6909 0.1809 0.01 43.124 11.054 0.001 0.4342 0.4044
  D 0.6837 0.1099 0.001 43.086 7.089 0.001 0.4088 0.3982
  E 0.6843 0.0922 0.001 43.174 5.866 0.001 0.4170 0.4095
  1. 1All data: values based on all data shown in the respective panel in Figure 1; BP <85%: values based on only those data for which the value of the PROML bootstrap proportion is less than 85%.
  2. 2SE, standard error; Signif, significance (probability level that estimate >|t|); y-Intcpt, y-intercept; Mult R2, multiple R2; Adj R2, adjusted R2.