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Table 1 Bayes factor analyses of single vs. multiple origins of selected traits

From: Phylogenomics provides a robust topology of the major cnidarian lineages and insights on the origins of key organismal traits

Trait Priors on rates of gain:loss BF of single (HO) vs. multiple origins (HA) Log10(BF) 2xlog_e(BF) Posterior Probability (HO) Posterior Probability (HA)
Symbiosis 0.47:0.47 a 0.0368 −1.4338 −6.6028 0.0355 0.9645
10:1 0.0086 −2.0675 −9.5214 0.0085 0.9915
1:10 0.0004 −3.3976 −15.6467 0.0004 0.9996
Coloniality 0.7:0.7 a 5.0038 0.6993 3.2204 0.8334 0.1666
10:1 1.5281 0.1841 0.8480 0.6044 0.3956
1:10 1.5601 0.1932 0.8896 0.6094 0.3906
Medusa 0.27:0.27 a 63.4250 1.8023 8.2998 0.9845 0.0155
10:1 4.3807 0.6415 2.9544 0.8142 0.1858
1:10 3.1507 0.4984 2.2952 0.7591 0.2409
Polyp 0.2:0.2 a 3.5403 0.5490 2.5284 0.7797 0.2203
10:1 12.9087 1.1109 5.1158 0.9281 0.0719
1:10 8.4292 0.9258 4.2634 0.8939 0.1061
  1. Values in italics have posterior probabilities greater than 0.95
  2. HO null hypothesis that trait originated once
  3. HA alternative hypothesis that trait evolved more than once
  4. again/loss rates estimated from observed data using corHMM [4]