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Twisted tale of the tiger: the case of inappropriate data and deficient science

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@alexbraczkowski Sorry Alex-can you spell it out for me-are you questioning whether COVID19 has affected society and slowed down processes, incl printing, or are you accusing people of lying about the impacts of COVID19? What did you think of the rebuttal to the Gop paper: https://t.co/ivkuXVpx48
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@JanakiLenin Hi, here it is: https://t.co/16NdXtEKS1
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RT @Dr_RajeshGopal: My preprint has been published today in @PeerJPreprints https://t.co/DGDp1G4DIc #ConservationBiology #Ecology #EthicalI…
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Twisted tale of the tiger: the case of inappropriate data and deficient science https://t.co/uork2f21Fe https://t.co/olLQloriiE
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@ConservResearch @emeijaard Trust you've seen the detailed review by @ArjunGswamy on the PeerJ rebuttal. https://t.co/hBWCxs5BjJ
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RT @Unitedfortigers: Our article 'Twisted tale of the tiger: the case of inappropriate data and deficient science' was one of the top 5 mos…
RT @Unitedfortigers: Our article 'Twisted tale of the tiger: the case of inappropriate data and deficient science' was one of the top 5 mos…
RT @Unitedfortigers: Our article 'Twisted tale of the tiger: the case of inappropriate data and deficient science' was one of the top 5 mos…
RT @Unitedfortigers: Our article 'Twisted tale of the tiger: the case of inappropriate data and deficient science' was one of the top 5 mos…
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RT @IndranilMondal5: Twisted tale of the #tiger: the case of inappropriate data and deficient #science. https://t.co/ulqdwC5nQw How @ArjunG…
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Twisted tale of the #tiger: the case of inappropriate data and deficient #science. https://t.co/ulqdwC5nQw How @ArjunGswamy et al 2015 via @MethodsEcolEvol could have serious implications by propagating unscientific inferences which are further distorted in popular media.
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@gantayat_suraj @WildTigerNews @htTweets @biswajitmohanty @prernabindra @AdityaPanda @vivek4wild @BittuSahgal @SanctuaryAsia By the way, here is a link to quality research which involves cherry picking by Karanth et al. And all this is done by using foreign tax payers money only ... https://t.co/L58FyGe0ni
RT @ConservResearch: Major concerns raised on a key invalidation of indices paper: https://t.co/ivkuXVpx48 Tigers may well have increased…
RT @ConservResearch: Major concerns raised on a key invalidation of indices paper: https://t.co/ivkuXVpx48 Tigers may well have increased…
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RT @ConservResearch: Major concerns raised on a key invalidation of indices paper: https://t.co/ivkuXVpx48 Tigers may well have increased…
RT @ConservResearch: Major concerns raised on a key invalidation of indices paper: https://t.co/ivkuXVpx48 Tigers may well have increased…
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RT @ConservResearch: Major concerns raised on a key invalidation of indices paper: https://t.co/ivkuXVpx48 Tigers may well have increased…
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Supplemental Information

Original data used by Gopalaswamy et al 2015 for their Figure 5, as published in the cited sources

Original data used by Gopalaswamy et al 2015 for their Figure 5, as published in the cited sources.

DOI: 10.7287/peerj.preprints.27349v2/supp-1

MS Accepted for Publication

Communication from Peer J

DOI: 10.7287/peerj.preprints.27349v2/supp-2

Additional Information

Competing Interests

Y. V. Jhala and Q. Qureshi are employed by the Wildlife Institute of India and Rajesh Gopal is employed by the Global Tiger Forum.

Author Contributions

Qamar Qureshi conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, analyzed the data, contributed reagents/materials/analysis tools, prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Rajesh Gopal contributed reagents/materials/analysis tools, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

Yadvendradev V Jhala conceived and designed the experiments, performed the experiments, analyzed the data, contributed reagents/materials/analysis tools, prepared figures and/or tables, authored or reviewed drafts of the paper, approved the final draft.

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All the data referred to and critiqued in the manuscript are provided as supplementary files.

There are no raw data associated with this paper. All relevant information is either in the paper or in the supplements. The research in this article did not generate any data or code as it is a critique of a published paper.

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The authors received no funding for this work.

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