© Copyright 2000, 2001, Donald Simon & Bret Larget, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Duquesne University.
Bayesian Analysis in Molecular Biology and Evolution (BAMBE) is a free software package for the Bayesian analysis of phylogenies. The package includes programs for analyzing aligned DNA or RNA sequence data and can handle gaps or indeterminate sites. The main program uses a variety of Metropolis-Hastings proposal mechanisms to sample from the joint posterior distribution of phylogenetic trees and nucleotide substitution model parameters. Other programs in the distribution help in analysis of the sampled trees and parameter values.
The free software is available from the BAMBE homepage.
If you use BAMBE to analyze data for publication, our suggested citation is:
Simon, D. and B. Larget. 2000. Bayesian analysis in molecular biology and evolution (BAMBE), version 2.03 beta. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Duquesne University.The authors may be reached at:
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
Phone: (412) 396-6467
FAX: (412) 396-5197
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