BEAST 2 Help Me Choose

BEAST 2 Help Me Choose Log Normal Distribution Model offset

Log Normal Distribution Model offset

Offset of origin (defaults to 0), which shifts the distribution by a fixed amount, namely the offset. Setting the offset to x means lower bounds becomes x and the mean has x added to them. It does not affect the variance.

This can be useful for example to specify a node calibration with a log normal distribution when a lower bound is known beforehand.

See also: Log normal distribution.

Jordan Douglas’ distribution viewer:

Bayesian evolutionary analysis by sampling trees

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