The Comparative Method and Macro-Evolutionary Models
Relaxed Phylogenetics and the Palaeoptera Problem: Resolving Deep Ancestral Splits in the Insect Phylogeny.
Thomas JA, Trueman JW, Rambaut A & Welch JJ (2012) Syst Biol 62, 285-297.
Estimating divergence dates and substitution rates in the Drosophila phylogeny.
Obbard DJ, Maclennan J, Kim K-W, Rambaut A, O?Grady PM & Jiggins FM (2012) Mol Biol Evol 29, 3459-3473.
Watching the Clock: Studying variation in rates of molecular evolution between species.
Lanfear R, Welch JJ & Bromham L (2010) Trends Ecol Evol 25, 495-503.
Testing the Island Rule: Primates as a case study.
Welch JJ (2009) Proc Roy Soc B 276, 675-682.
Calculating Independent Contrasts for the Comparative Study of Substitution Rates.
Welch JJ & Waxman D (2008) J Theor Biol 251, 667-678.
New inferences from tree shape: numbers of missing taxa and population growth rates.
Pybus OG, Rambaut A, Holmes EC & Harvey PH (2002) Syst Biol 51, 881-888.
Comparative analyses for adaptive radiations.
Harvey PH & Rambaut A (2000) Phil Trans Roy Soc B 355, 1599-1605.
Phylogenetic extinction rates and comparative methodology.
Harvey PH & Rambaut A (1998) Proc Roy Soc B 265, 1691-1696.
Bi-De: an application for simulating phylogenetic processes.
Rambaut A, Grassly NC, Nee S & Harvey PH (1996) Comput Appl Biosci 12, 469-471.
Comparative analysis by independent contrasts (CAIC): an Apple Macintosh application for analysing comparative data.
Purvis A & Rambaut A (1995) Comput Appl Biosci 11, 247-251.
Andrew Rambaut, 2007