A Phylogenetic Trees Analysis of SARS-CoV-2

06/13/2021
by   Chen Shen, et al.
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One regards spaces of trees as stratified spaces, to study distributions of phylogenetic trees. Stratified spaces with may have cycles, however spaces of trees with a fixed number of leafs are contractible. Spaces of trees with three leafs, in particular, are spiders with three legs. One gives an elementary proof of the stickiness of intrinsic sample means on spiders. One also represents four leafs tree data in terms of an associated Petersen graph. One applies such ideas to analyze RNA sequences of SARS-CoV-2 from multiple sources, by building samples of trees and running nonparametric statistics for intrinsic means on tree spaces with three and four leafs. SARS-CoV-2 are also used to built trees with leaves consisting in addition to other related coronaviruses.

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