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Peer-reviewed manuscripts

  1. Rabosky DL, Mitchell JS, Chang J. (2017). Is BAMM flawed? Theoretical and practical concerns in the analysis of multi-rate diversification models. Systematic Biology doi:10.1093/sysbio/syx037
  2. Gjesfjeld E, Chang J, Silvestro D, Kelty C, Alfaro ME. (2016). Competition and extinction explain the evolution of diversity in American automobiles. Palgrave Communications 2:16019. doi:10.1057/palcomms.2016.19
  3. Chang J, Alfaro ME. (2016). Crowdsourced geometric morphometrics enable rapid large-scale collection and analysis of phenotypic data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7(4):472–482. doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12508
  4. Gilbert PS, Chang J, Pan C, Sobel E, Sinsheimer JS, Faircloth BC, Alfaro ME. (2015). Genome-wide ultraconserved elements exhibit higher phylogenetic informativeness than traditional gene markers in percomorph fishes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 92:140–146. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2015.05.027
  5. Rabosky DL, Santini F, Eastman J, Smith SA, Sidlauskas B, Chang J, Alfaro ME. (2013). Rates of speciation and morphological evolution are correlated across the largest vertebrate radiation. Nature Communications 4:1958. doi:10.1038/ncomms2958

Other manuscripts

  1. Chang J. (2014). Why are there so many flatfishes? Jaw asymmetry, diet, and diversification in the Pleuronectiformes
  2. Faircloth BC, Chang J, Alfaro ME. (2012). TAPIR enables high-throughput estimation and comparison of phylogenetic informativeness using locus-specific substitution models arXiv:1202.1215