Joseph O'Reilly
Joseph O'Reilly
Epidemiologist/Biostatistician, IGMM, University of Edinburgh
Verified email at igmm.ed.ac.uk
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The interrelationships of placental mammals and the limits of phylogenetic inference
JE Tarver, M Dos Reis, S Mirarab, RJ Moran, S Parker, JE O’Reilly, ...
Genome Biology and Evolution 8 (2), 330-344, 2016
1372016
Bayesian methods outperform parsimony but at the expense of precision in the estimation of phylogeny from discrete morphological data
JE O'Reilly, MN Puttick, L Parry, AR Tanner, JE Tarver, J Fleming, ...
Biology letters 12 (4), 20160081, 2016
1242016
Dating tips for divergence-time estimation
JE O’Reilly, M Dos Reis, PCJ Donoghue
Trends in Genetics 31 (11), 637-650, 2015
872015
Uncertain-tree: discriminating among competing approaches to the phylogenetic analysis of phenotype data
MN Puttick, JE O'Reilly, AR Tanner, JF Fleming, J Clark, L Holloway, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1846), 20162290, 2017
852017
Probabilistic methods surpass parsimony when assessing clade support in phylogenetic analyses of discrete morphological data
JE O'Reilly, MN Puttick, D Pisani, PCJ Donoghue
Palaeontology 61 (1), 105-118, 2018
342018
Tips and nodes are complementary not competing approaches to the calibration of molecular clocks
JE O'Reilly, PCJ Donoghue
Biology letters 12 (4), 20150975, 2016
322016
Empirical realism of simulated data is more important than the model used to generate it: a reply to Goloboff et al.
JE O'Reilly, MN Puttick, D Pisani, PCJ Donoghue
Palaeontology 61 (4), 631-635, 2018
172018
Probabilistic methods outperform parsimony in the phylogenetic analysis of data simulated without a probabilistic model
MN Puttick, JE O'Reilly, D Pisani, PCJ Donoghue
Palaeontology 62 (1), 1-17, 2019
132019
Parsimony and maximum-likelihood phylogenetic analyses of morphology do not generally integrate uncertainty in inferring evolutionary history: a response to Brown et al.
MN Puttick, JE O'Reilly, D Oakley, AR Tanner, JF Fleming, J Clark, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1864), 20171636, 2017
122017
The efficacy of consensus tree methods for summarizing phylogenetic relationships from a posterior sample of trees estimated from morphological data
JE O’Reilly, PCJ Donoghue
Systematic biology 67 (2), 354-362, 2018
102018
FossilSim: An r package for simulating fossil occurrence data under mechanistic models of preservation and recovery
J Barido‐Sottani, W Pett, JE O’Reilly, RCM Warnock
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (6), 835-840, 2019
62019
The effect of fossil sampling on the estimation of divergence times with the fossilized birth–death process
JE O’Reilly, PCJ Donoghue
Systematic biology 69 (1), 124-138, 2020
52020
The impact of fossil stratigraphic ranges on tip‐calibration, and the accuracy and precision of divergence time estimates
HP Püschel, JE O'Reilly, D Pisani, PCJ Donoghue
Palaeontology 63 (1), 67-83, 2020
52020
Clark, J.,... Donoghue, PCJ (2017). Parsimony and Maximum Likelihood phylogenetic analyses of morphology do not generally integrate uncertainty in inferring evolutionary …
MN Puttick, JE O’Reilly, D Oakley, AR Tanner, JF Fleming
Disparities in the analysis of morphological disparity
T Guillerme, M Jones, G Lloyd, J O'Reilly, A Pate, M Puttick, E Rayfield, ...
Biology Letters, 0
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