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Table 1 Empirical statistics of simulated datasets used in this study

From: ASTRID: Accurate Species TRees from Internode Distances

Dataset # genes # taxa ILS level (AD%) # sites ref.
Avian very high ILS (0.5X) 1000 48 60 (VH) 500 [22]
Avian high ILS (1X) 1000 48 47 (H) 250-1500 [22]
Avian moderate (2X) 1000 48 29 (M) 500 [22]
Mammalian high ILS (0.5X) 200 37 50 (H) 250-1000 [22]
Mammalian moderate ILS (1X) 200 37 29 (M) 250-1000 [22]
Mammalian low ILS (2X) 200 37 21 (L) 250-1000 [22]
10-taxon very high ILS 200 10 89(VH) 100 [23]
10-taxon high ILS 200 10 48 (H) 100 [23]
15-taxon clocklike 1000 15 82 (VH) 100-1000 [23]
ASTRAL-2 500K-1e6 (MC1) 1000 200 69 (VH) 300-1500 [8]
ASTRAL-2 2M-1e6 (MC2) 1000 200 33 (M) 300-1500 [8]
ASTRAL-2 10M-1e6 (MC3) 1000 200 21 (L) 300-1500 [8]
ASTRAL-2 500K-1e7 (MC4) 1000 200 68 (VH) 300-1500 [8]
ASTRAL-2 2M-1e7 (MC5) 1000 200 34 (M) 300-1500 [8]
ASTRAL-2 10M-1e7 (MC6) 1000 200 9 (L) 300-1500 [8]
ASTRAL-2 2M-1e6 (MC7) 1000 10 17 (L) 300-1500 [8]
ASTRAL-2 2M-1e6 (MC8) 1000 50 30 (M) 300-1500 [8]
ASTRAL-2 2M-1e6 (MC9) 1000 100 34 (M) 300-1500 [8]
ASTRAL-2 2M-1e6 (MC10) 1000 500 34 (M) 300-1500 [8]
ASTRAL-2 2M-1e6 (MC11) 1000 1000 35 (M) 300-1500 [8]
  1. The ILS level is measured by the average Robinson-Foulds distance (AD) between the true gene trees and the species tree, expressed as a percentage; ILS levels are then classified as low (L), moderate (M), high (H), or very high (VH).