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A generic simulator for spatially explicit coalescence models suitable for HPC applications. It contains all functions for running large-scale simulations backwards in time using coalescence techniques. Outputs include an SQLite database containing spatial and temporal information about tracked lineages, and allow for rebuilding of the coalescence tree.
Currently, a fat-tailed dispersal kernel or normal distribution can be used for dispersal processes.
Run with -h to see full input options.
- habitat map file(s)
- species richness and species abundances for the supplied minimum speciation rate.
- SQL database containing full spatial data. This can be later analysed by the Speciation_Counter program for applying higher speciation rates.
Based heavily on code written by James Rosindell