19 dubious ways to compute the marginal likelihood of a phylogenetic tree topology

The marginal likelihood of a model is a key quantity for assessing the evidence provided by the data in support of a model. The marginal likelihood is the normalizing constant for the posterior density, obtained by integrating the product of the likelihood and the prior with respect to model parameters... (read more)

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