RevGadgets: An R package for visualizing Bayesian phylogenetic analyses from RevBayes

Carrie M. Tribble, William A. Freyman, Michael J. Landis, Jun Ying Lim, Joellë Barido-Sottani, Bjørn Tore Kopperud, Sebastian Hӧhna, Michael R. May

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Abstract

Statistical phylogenetic methods are the foundation for a wide range of evolutionary and epidemiological studies. However, as these methods grow increasingly complex, users often encounter significant challenges with summarizing, visualizing and communicating their key results. We present RevGadgets, an R package for creating publication-quality figures from the results of a large variety of phylogenetic analyses performed in RevBayes (and other phylogenetic software packages). We demonstrate how to use RevGadgets through a set of vignettes that cover the most common use cases that researchers will encounter. RevGadgets is an open-source, extensible package that will continue to evolve in parallel with RevBayes, helping researchers to make sense of and communicate the results of a diverse array of analyses.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)314-323
Number of pages10
JournalMethods in Ecology and Evolution
Volume13
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 2022

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