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Birchall, Joshua, Michael Dunn, and Simon Greenhill. “A Combined Comparative and Phylogenetic Analysis of the Chapacuran Language Family.” International Journal of American Linguistics 82, no. 3 (2016): 255–84.
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Evans, Cara, Simon Greenhill, Joseph Watts, Johann-Mattis List, Carlos Botero, Russell Gray, and Kathryn Kirby. “The Uses and Abuses of Tree Thinking in Cultural Evolution.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376, no. 1828 (2021): 1–12.
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Kolipakam, Vishnupriya, Fiona Jordan, Michael Dunn, Simon Greenhill, Remco Bouckaert, Russell Gray, and Annemarie Verkerk. “A Bayesian Phylogenetic Study of the Dravidian Language Family.” Royal Society Open Science 5 (2018): 171504.
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List, Johann-Mattis, Robert Forkel, Simon Greenhill, Christoph Rzymski, Johannes Englisch, and Russell Gray. “Lexibank, a Public Repository of Standardized Wordlists with Computed Phonological and Lexical Features.” Scientific Data 9, no. 316 (2022).
List, Johann-Mattis, Robert Forkel, Simon Greenhill, Tiago Tresoldi, and Mary Walworth. “Sequence Comparison in Computational Historical Linguistics: Phonetic Alignments and Cognate Detection with LingPy 2.6.” Journal of Language Evolution 3, no. 2 (2018): 130–44.
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———. “CLICS2: An Improved Database of Cross-Linguistic Colexifications Assembling Lexical Data with the Help of Cross-Linguistic Data Formats.” Linguistic Typology 22, no. 2 (2018): 277–306.
Moravec, Jiří, Quentin Atkinson, Claire Bowern, Simon Greenhill, Fiona Jordan, Robert Ross, Russell Gray, Stephen Marsland, and Murray Cox. “Post-Marital Residence Patterns Show Lineage-Specific Evolution.” Evolution and Human Behavior 39, no. 6 (2018): 594–601.
Morin, Olivier, James Winters, Thomas Muller, Tiffany Morisseau, Christian Etter, and Simon Greenhill. “What Smartphone Apps May Contribute to Language Evolution Research.” Journal of Language Evolution 3, no. 2 (2018): 91–93.
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Sagart, Laurent, Guillaume Jacques, Yunfan Lai, Robin Ryder, Valentin Thouzeau, Simon Greenhill, and Johann-Mattis List. “Dated Language Phylogenies Shed Light on the Ancestry of Sino-Tibetan.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116, no. 21 (2019): 10317–22.
Skirgard, Hedvig, Hannah Haynie, Damian Blasi, Harald Hammarstrom, Jeremy Collins, Jay Latarche, Jakob Lesage, et al. “Grambank Reveals the Importance of Genealogical Constraints on Linguistic Diversity and Highlights the Impact of Language Loss.” Science Advances 9, no. 16 (2023).
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