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Table 1 ANOVA with response variable stQD.

From: Using ESTs for phylogenomics: Can one accurately infer a phylogenetic tree from a gappy alignment?

Parameters NJ MP ML SIAa SIAb
length *** *** *** *** ***
rate * *** ** *  
seqs *** *** *** *** ***
topol *** *** *** ** ***
gap *** *** *** *** ***
length:rate ** **    
length:seqs *** *** *** * ***
rate:seqs   *** ***   
length:topol    *** *** **
rate:topol *** *** *** *** **
seqs:topol *** *** *** *** **
length:gap *** *** *** *** **
rate:gap     ***  
seqs:gap *** *** *** *** ***
topol:gap *** *** *** *** ***
length:rate:seqs      
length:rate:topol *** * ** ** **
length:rate:topol   *** *** *** ***
rate:seqs:topol      
length:rate:gap      
length:seqs:gap *** *** *** *** ***
rate:seqs:gap     ***  
length:topol:gap ** *** *** *** ***
rate:topol:gap      
seqs:topol:gap   *** *** *** ***
length:rate:seqs:topol     *  
length:rate:seqs:gap     *  
length:rate:topol:gap      
length:seqs:topol:gap   *** * *** ***
rate:seqs:topol:gap      
length:rate:seqs:topol:gap      
  1. p ≤ 0.001***, p ≤ 0.01**, p ≤ 0.05*; parameters: length = alignment length; rate = evolutionary rate; seqs = number of sequences in the alignment; topol = tree topology of true tree; gap = gap pattern applied to full alignment. SIAa refers to the full SIA trees, while SIAb refers to the pruned SIA trees.