ERaBLE: Evolutionary Rates and Branch Lengths Estimation

Fast and accurate branch lengths estimation for phylogenomic trees.

Manuel Binet, Olivier Gascuel, Celine Scornavacca, Emmanuel J.P. Douzery and Fabio Pardi. BMC Bioinformatics. 2016, 17:23.

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ERaBLE is a phylogenomic distance-based method to simultaneously estimate the branch lengths of a given reference topology, and the relative evolutionary rates of the genes employed in the analysis, using a collection of distance matrices (one distance matrix per gene). These distance matrices can either be directly estimated from pairwise alignments of the gene sequences, or they can be calculated from gene trees inferred for each gene.