Some blog posts that cover a wide diversity of topics, grouped by similarity

Two years of network blogging

Phylogenetic networks: Best student thesis
Book covers
Networks and journal covers
Another journal cover
Network publications
Blog posts and formal publications

Operads and the Tree of Life
Networks in the news
Wordle, TreeCloud and SplitsNetworkCloud
Amazon is trying to tell us something
Some odd network definitions and terms
Moonlighting at Scientopia
A modern Haeckel-like network
Phylogenetic networks at summer math conferences
Stick Science Contest
Journal of Phylogenetics & Evolutionary Biology?
Plotting evolutionary divergence and time
Words lead to confusion in phylogenetics
Synapomorphies as tree slices
Phylogenetics with SpongeBob
Whither phylogenetics?
Within-species networks
Textbooks and phylogenetic networks
The bioRxiv — not just a preprint server for biology
Blogs about phylogenetics
NSF and reticulating phylogenies
Has phylogenetics reached its apogee?
April fools and phylogeneticists
The sex life of Charles Darwin
Do phylogenetic networks support Intelligent Design?
Word cloud of publications on phylogenetic networks
Phylognetic trivia
The evolution of statistical phylogenetics
Trees as art

The garden genome project
Goofy genealogies
The phylogeny of plastic bag ties

Bioinformaticians look at bioinformatics
Bioinformaticians' nightmares
Bioinformatics and inter-disciplinary work
Results of some bioinformatics polls
Massive citations of bioinformatics in biology papers
False analogies between anthropology and biology
The Music Genome Project is no such thing
When is a tree structure a phylogeny?
Haeckel and the March of Progress
The evolutionary March of Progress in popular culture
When infographics go wrong
Visual complexity and phylogenetic networks

Family trees, pedigrees and hybridization networks
Charles Darwin's family pedigree network
Toulouse-Lautrec: family trees and networks
Albert Einstein's consanguineous marriage
Tutankhamun and extreme consanguinity
Cleopatra, ambition and family networks
Evolutionary fitness and incest
Inbreeding creates the most complex networks
The importance of the Amish for reticulate genealogies
Thoroughbred horses and reticulate pedigrees

Carnival of Evolution, Number 52 — the Network Edition
Carnival of Evolution, No. 67 — Wallace centenary edition
The network history of the Carnival of Evolution

Workshop: The Future of Phylogenetic Networks
The Future of Phylogenetic Networks: Day 1
The Future of Phylogenetic Networks: Day 2
The Future of Phylogenetic Networks: Day 3
The Future of Phylogenetic Networks: Day 4
The Future of Phylogenetic Networks: Day 5
The Future of Phylogenetic Networks: Photos
The Future of Phylogenetic Networks: Presentations
The Future of Phylogenetic Networks: Videos
Trends in Genetics: The Future of Phylogenetic Networks

Workshop: Touching the Data
Touching the Data, report 1
Touching the Data, report 2
Touching the Data, photos

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