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UseR groups for comparative phylogenetics

Phil Novack-Gottshall
All:

Thanks again for developing this list!  The R language is such that there is a real benefit to such specialized useR subgroups.

Along these lines, I agree that this list should be somewhat narrowly bounded to ecology so that ensuing advice is useful to a majority of subgroup useRs.  (I myself am a deep-time paleoecologist, but find keeping up with neo-ecology methods and hypotheses useful.)  I could imagine that additional, new SIGs could focus on additional specialties, such as molecular evolution, paleontology, or phylogenetics, if they don't already exist.  Those interested in such applications might find the following Working Group worth contacting:

https://www.nescent.org/wg_phyloinformatics/R_Hackathon_1

Sincerely,
Phil

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