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Such pathogens have been dubbed ‘measurably evolving’ (Drummond et al.2003), as sequences typically accumulate mutations over epidemiological timescales of years or even months.

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There have been several recent developments in fast, approximate methods for generating time-trees from sequence data (To et al.

2015; Jones and Poon 2016); however, these approaches do not flexibly model rate variation, which can affect estimates of the evolutionary rate (Duchêne et al. We present an approach to fit a relaxed clock to a non-clocklike phylogenetic tree with associated data on sampling times.

Estimation of relaxed molecular clocks using Bayesian Markov chain Monte Carlo is computationally expensive and may not scale well to large datasets.

We build on recent advances in maximum likelihood and least-squares phylogenetic and molecular clock dating methods to develop a fast relaxed-clock method based on a Gamma-Poisson mixture model of substitution rates.With popular careers in medicine, as well as law and consultancy, Oxford boasts oodles of high flyers and determined career minded individuals all searching for that special someone to spend their time with.Our hosts are trained to ensure that you have an amazing evening, and to keep our events running as smooth as possible.This method estimates a distinct substitution rate for every lineage in the phylogeny while being scalable to large phylogenies.Unknown lineage sample dates can be estimated as well as unknown root position.We assume that the length of the sequence alignment, denoted , and the position of the root of the phylogeny.

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