Some posts discussing the use of phylogenetics in historical linguistics

False analogies between anthropology and biology
Productive and unproductive analogies between biology and linguistics
More on analogies between biological and linguistic evolution
Can biologists learn from linguists?

An early tree of languages
The earliest tree / network of languages (1671)
Another early tree in linguistics

Language history and language weirdness
Phylogenetics versus historical linguistics

Automated natural language processing
Machine learning, the Go-game, and language evolution
Once more on artificial intelligence and machine learning

Capturing phylogenetic algorithms for linguistics

What we know, what we know we can know, and what we know we cannot know
Homology and cognacy: fundamental historical relations between words
The diasystematic structure of languages and its impact on language evolution
The complexity of lexical changeSharing supplementary data: a linguist's perspective
The Wave Theory: the predecessor of network thinking in historical linguistics
Networks in Chinese poetry
Lexicostatistics: the predecessor of phylogenetic analyses in historical linguistics
Directional processes in language change
Through a Glass Darkly
Monogenesis, polygenesis, and militant agnosticism
Alignments and phylogenetic reconstruction in linguistics and biology
Inheritance in cultural evolution
Sound change as systemic evolution
Isogloss maps are hypergraphs are bipartite networks
Similarities and language relationship

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