[R-sig-phylo] solving multichotomies

Nick Matzke matzke at berkeley.edu
Wed Mar 21 03:22:17 CET 2012


multi2di() randomly resolves polytomies, if that's what you 
mean...


On 3/20/12 7:17 PM, Jordan Golubov wrote:
> Does anyone know what method is used to solve multichotomies in ape?
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