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Peer-reviewed manuscripts

  1. Daniel L Rabosky, Jonathan S Mitchell, Jonathan Chang. (2017). Is BAMM flawed? Theoretical and practical concerns in the analysis of multi-rate diversification models. Systematic Biology doi:10.1093/sysbio/syx037

  2. Erik Gjesfjeld, Jonathan Chang, Daniele Silvestro, Christopher Kelty, Michael E Alfaro. (2016). Competition and extinction explain the evolution of diversity in American automobiles. Palgrave Communications 2:16019 doi:10.1057/palcomms.2016.19

  3. Princess S Gilbert, Jonathan Chang, Eric Sobel, Janet S Sinsheimer, Brant C Faircloth, Michael E Alfaro. (2015). Genome-wide ultraconserved elements exhibit higher phylogenetic informativeness than traditional gene markers for the fish series Percomorpha. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 92:140 doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2015.05.027

  4. Jonathan Chang, Michael E Alfaro. (2015). 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

  5. Daniel L Rabosky, Francesco Santini, Jon M Eastman, Stephen A Smith, Brian L Sidlauskas, Jonathan Chang, Michael E Alfaro. (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. Jonathan Chang. (2014). Why are there so many flatfishes? Jaw asymmetry, diet, and diversification in the Pleuronectiformes. https://digital.lib.washington.edu/researchworks/handle/1773/27262

  2. Brant C Faircloth, Jonathan Chang, Michael Alfaro. (2012). TAPIR enables high-throughput estimation and comparison of phylogenetic informativeness incorporating locus-specific substitution models. arXiv:1202.1215

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