Provides a set of functions to fit general macroevolutionary models for continuous traits evolving in adaptive landscapes of any shape. This package implements the Fokker-Planck-Kolmogorov model (FPK), in which the trait evolves under random diffusion but is also subject to a force that pulls it towards specific values - this force can be of any shape. FPK has a version in which hard reflective bounds exist at the extremes of the trait interval: this second model is called BBMV.
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Florian C. Boucher Maintainer: Florian C. Boucher <[email protected]>
Inferring bounded evolution in phenotypic characters from phylogenetic comparative data. F.C. Boucher and V. Demery. Systematic Biology, 65, 651-661, 2016
A general model for estimating macroevolutionary landscapes from phylogenetic comparative data. F.C. Boucher, V. Demery, E. Conti, L. J. Harmon and J. Uyeda. Systematic Biology, syx075, https://doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/syx075
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