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- Randle, Christopher P., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Cladistics 2010 v.26 no.5 pp. 550-559
- data collection; philosophy; phylogeny; probability; topology; weight-of-evidence
- ... The objective Bayesian approach relies on the construction of prior distributions that reflect ignorance. When topologies are considered equally probable a priori, clades cannot be. Shifting justifications have been offered for the use of uniform topological priors in Bayesian inference. These include: (i) topological priors do not inappropriately influence Bayesian inference when they are uniform ...