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updated summary of genome analysis

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 Here we check to see of the clade comprised of Ctenophora+Porifera recovered in the cat analyses of the genome sequence datasets (Table 1, Ryan et al. 2013) is also recovered with the more complex cat+gtr model. These analyses are in the folder `genome_pb_catgtr/`. The Animalia matrix was not analyzed, since it has no outgroup taxa and therefore cannot inform rooting.
 
-None of the analyses converged in this time (all had a maxdiff of 1). The results of these preliminary runs are summarized below.
+These runs are summarized below.
 
 #### Choanimalia
 
-Analysis still running.
+![Choanimalia cat+gtr EST tree](https://bytebucket.org/caseywdunn/mnemiopsis_trees_2014/raw/master/genome_pb_catgtr/choanimalia_genome_phylobayes_04Mar2014/bpcomp.con.svg)
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+This analysis had acceptable convergence (maxdiff=0.144404). The root of the animal tree is unresolved - a clade comprised of all metazoans except the sponge has only 61% posterior probability.
 
 #### Holozoa
 
 ![Holozoa cat+gtr EST tree](https://bytebucket.org/caseywdunn/mnemiopsis_trees_2014/raw/master/genome_pb_catgtr/holozoa_genome_phylobayes_24Feb2014/bpcomp.con.svg)
 
-Ctenophora+Porifera is recovered in 100% of the sampled trees.
+This analysis did not converged (maxdiff = 1). Ctenophora+Porifera is recovered in 100% of the sampled trees.
 
 #### Opisthokonta
 
 ![Opisthokonta cat+gtr EST tree](https://bytebucket.org/caseywdunn/mnemiopsis_trees_2014/raw/master/genome_pb_catgtr/opisthokonta_genome_phylobayes_24Feb2014/bpcomp.con.svg)
 
-Ctenophora+Porifera is recovered, but with only 50% posterior probability. This reflects the lack of convergence between chains. 100% of posterior trees in Chain 1 recovered Ctenophora+Porifera, while 100% of posterior trees in Chain 2 recovered Ctenophora as the sister group to all other animals.
+This analysis did not converged (maxdiff = 1). Ctenophora+Porifera is recovered, but with only 50% posterior probability. This reflects the lack of convergence between chains. 100% of posterior trees in Chain 1 recovered Ctenophora+Porifera, while 100% of posterior trees in Chain 2 recovered Ctenophora as the sister group to all other animals.