all research data in any publication will
be made freely available
to the scientific community, to ensure reproducibility,
transparency, and interpretability.
In addition, information (and open-source software, where applicable)
necessary to reproduce the analyses will also be made
freely available to the scientific community, for
the same reasons.
To find the research data relevant to a publication, please first check
the publication--the location should be indicated.
For some of the publications up through 2014,
the indicated location for the data was my
homepage at the University of Texas at Austin.
After I left UT-Austin, I moved those data
to UCSD, as described below.
Datasets from publications prior to 2014 are mostly available at
https://sites.google.com/eng.ucsd.edu/datasets/home (maintained by my former student,
Datasets from publications since
joining UIUC are
on the Illinois Data Bank
at this page.
The research datasets for
the Illinois Data Bank
the IDB does not allow modifications to datasets
and so waiting for acceptance is advised.
papers (if any) where this is true are
"Polynomial-Time Statistical Estimation of Species Trees under Gene Duplication and Loss",
B. Legried, E.K. Molloy, T. Warnow, and S. Roch, submitted
"FastMulRFS: Statistically consistent polynomial time species tree estimation under gene duplication", E.K. Molloy and T. Warnow, submitted for publication