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For example, the scale operator scales the parameter up or down by a random proportion and the uniform operator simply picks a new value uniformly within a range. Some parameters related to the tree or to the node ages in the tree are associated with specific operators. The next column, labelled Tuning, gives a tuning setting to the operator.
The tuning parameter will determine how large a move each operator will make which will affect how often that change is accepted by the MCMC which will affect the efficiency of the analysis. For most operators like the subtree slide operator a larger tuning parameter means larger moves.
However for the scale operator a tuning parameter value closer to 0. At the top of the window is an option called Auto Optimize which, when selected, will automatically adjust the tuning setting as the MCMC runs to try to achieve maximum efficiency. At the end of the run a table of the operators, their performance and the final values of these tuning settings can be written to standard output. The next column, labelled Weight, specifies how often each operator is applied relative to the others.
Some parameters tend to be sampled very efficiently from their target distribution e. We will start by using the default settings for this analysis. Firstly we have the Length of chain. This is the number of steps the MCMC will make in the chain before finishing. How long this should depend on the size of the dataset, the complexity of the model and the precision of the answer required. The default value of 10,, is entirely arbitrary and should be adjusted according to the size of your dataset.
We will see later how the resulting log file can be analyzed using Tracer in order to examine whether a particular chain length is adequate. The next couple of options specify how often the current parameter values should be displayed on the screen and recorded in the log file.
For the log file, the value should be set relative to the total length of the chain. Sampling too often will result in very large files with little extra benefit in terms of the precision of the estimates. Sample too infrequently and the log file will not contain much information about the distributions of the parameters. Although the suggestion above would indicate a lower sampling frequency, in this case set both the sampling frequencies to The next two options give the file names of the log files for the parameters and the trees.
These will be set to a default based on the file stem name. An option is also available to sample from the prior only, which can be useful to evaluate how divergent our posterior estimates are when information is drawn from the data. Here, we will not select this option, but analyze the actual data.
Finally, one can select to perform marginal likelihood estimation to assess model fit; we will return to this later in this tutorial. BEAUti will ask you to review the prior settings one more time before saving the file and indicate that some are improper. Continue and choose a name for the file for example, YFV. When it has finished, the log file and the trees file will have been created in the same location as your XML file. The exact instructions for running Tracer differs depending on which computer you are using.
Once running, Tracer will look similar irrespective of which computer system it is running on. Select the Import Trace File If you have it available, select the log file that you created in the previous section. The file will load and you will be presented with a window similar to the one below. Remember that MCMC is a stochastic algorithm so the actual numbers will not be exactly the same.
On the left hand side is the name of the log file loaded and the traces that it contains. There are traces for a quantity proportional to posterior this is the product of the data likelihood and the prior probabilities, on the log-scale , and the continuous parameters. Selecting a trace on the left brings up analyses for this trace on the right hand side depending on tab that is selected. When first opened, the posterior trace is selected and various statistics of this trace are shown under the Estimates tab.
In the top right of the window is a table of calculated statistics for the selected trace. The statistics and their meaning are described in the table below. This is not good. A low ESS means that the trace contained a lot of correlated samples and thus may not represent the posterior distribution well.
In the bottom right of the window is a frequency plot of the samples which is expected given the low ESSs is extremely rough. Here you can see how the samples are correlated. There are samples in the trace we ran the MCMC for , steps sampling every but it is clear that adjacent samples often tend to have similar values.
The ESS for the age of the root treeModel. Not excluding enough of the start of the chain as burn-in will bias the results and render estimates of ESS unreliable. The simple response to this situation is that we need to run the chain for longer.
To continue the tutorial without having to wait for a long run to complete, you can make use of the log files provided with this tutorial chain length of Import the log file for the strict clock analysis and click on the Trace tab and look at the raw trace plot. The log file provided contains samples and with an ESS of for the clock. There are no obvious trends in the plot which would suggest that the MCMC has not yet converged, and there are no large-scale fluctuations in the trace which would suggest poor mixing.
As we are happy with the behavior of posterior probability we can now move on to one of the parameters of interest: substitution rate. Select clock. This is the average substitution rate across all sites in the alignment. Now choose the density plot by selecting the tab labeled Marginal Prob Distribution. This plot shows a kernel density estimate KDE of the posterior probability density of this parameter. You should see a plot similar to this:. As you can see the posterior probability density is nicely bell-shaped.
When looking at the equivalent histogram in the Estimates panel, there is some sampling noise which is smoothened by the KDE; this would be reduced if we ran the chain for longer but we already have a reasonable estimate of the mean and HPD interval. You can overlay the density plots of multiple traces in order to compare them it is up to the user to determine whether they are comparable on the the same axis or not.
Select the relative substitution rates for all three codon positions in the table to the left labelled CP1. This will show the posterior probability densities for the relative substitution rate at all three codon positions overlaid:. Note that the three rates are markedly different, what does this tell us about the selective pressure on this gene?
This indicates that the tmrca for the Americas is significantly younger than the root height and argues for more recent origin of YFV in the Americas. We have seen how we can diagnose our MCMC run using Tracer and produce estimates of the marginal posterior distributions of parameters of our model. However, BEAST also samples trees either phylogenies or genealogies at the same time as the other parameters of the model.
As such it can easily be loaded into other software in order to examine the trees it contains. In this case, the support values reported for the resolved nodes in the consensus tree will be the posterior probability of those clades. In this tutorial, however, we are going to use a tool that is provided as part of the BEAST package to summarize the information contained within our sampled trees.
The tool is called TreeAnnotator and once running, you will be presented with a window like the one below. The summarized information includes the average node ages along with the HPD intervals , the posterior support and the average rate of evolution on each branch for models where this can vary.
Burnin - This is either the number of states or the number of trees in the input file that should be excluded from the summarization. This value is given as the number of trees rather than the number of steps in the MCMC chain. Alternatively, with a chain of 20,, steps, sampling every steps, there are trees in the file.
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I am gonna give K9-Dating a look, though! What do you all think the odds are of the folks in these 'animal lovers' dating site would have some zoo inclinations? K9FurLife said:. Red Citizen of Zooville. Has anyone given this website a test run? If so, what do you think? Red said:. I used it. It was pretty good. Never met with anyone before Zooville time but i did speak with a lot of people and i liked it. LizzKing Tourist. I think there is some legality issues with these now a days unfortunately.
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