Have you thought about also trying models that just treat this as a
quantitative trait (for which you have crude data), under the presumption
that evolution occurs along the scale of 0 -> 1 > 2 or backwards?
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On Wed, Aug 8, 2018 at 7:29 AM, Andrea Soriano <asredond...@gmail.com>
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> Dear all,
>
> I am performing a phylogenetic 3-category ordinal probit MCMCglmm model, 0
> (non-migratory), 1 (partial migrants), 2 (full migrants). I was wondering
> whether you could advise me on which sort of posthoc analysis could I do to
> see whether there are differences between each one of the groups (0 vs 1, 0
> vs 2, 1 vs 2). Thanks a lot for your help.
>
> Kind regards,
> Andrea
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