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Tonnes of cosmic dust hit the Earth every day. 66 million years ago, with less mass, the gravity level on Earth could be similar to Mars. Modeling different gravity levels for weight bearing might give us a better idea of the real speed of T-Rex and other huge...

["Dinosaurs and Gravity"]
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Looking at your videos, it looks like the spine is rigid, wouldn't the spine have been flexible, which and thus have a significant impact on the gate of the T. Rex?

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I found the topic of morphological connectivity quite interesting. Did you an online tutorial that could help to replicate your results? If not I may suggest you to create one. Thank you very much!

["morphological connectivity","tutorials"]
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Your cited papers regard healthy women and stabilizing EMG signals and the processing of that data. Do you believe the methods you used would be applicable for athletic men, or sedentary individuals? If not, what alterations would you propose? Thank you.

["anatomy","kinesiology","electromyography"]
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Interesting work. I would like to know which was the proportion of PhiX sequences used to increase the nucleotide variability (if you used it).

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I edited the manuscript originally and the main problem was that the conclusions are based on very weak evidence: Figures. The manuscript consists in a taphonomic study of the Late Jurassic Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry in Central Utah, and when I firstly received...

["Weak taphonomic evidence","history of the quarry","mining activities","Utah"]
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Figure 7 partly answers this question from an overall health standpoint, but would be interested in the mean +/- sd ages for each group, and gender percents of each group.

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Just taking note of a minor typo...

["Typo"]
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I wonder if in your extraction of APA statistics, did you take into account the fact that there may be dependency in the data that could bias (in either direction) the rate of 'bumps' in reporting of p-values? That is, each article is written by particular authors,...

["Statistical Dependency","QRP"]
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Could you tell me how to avoid host bacterial contamination when extract phage DNA ?

["Phage DNA extraction"]
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In the selection of number of clusters and in parameter tuning, how can data from one article, say Article 3, be used for cluster size selection and parameter tuning for Article 6 if the rows of the feature matrices (n-gram frequency matrices) across articles do...

["cluster size selection","parameter tuning"]
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Dear Authors, We, as the authors of CRISPRDetect, are surprised that it did not seem to perform well for you. In particularly that it did not find long and short repeats, as finding these were a focus of our publication (see Abstract and Fig 5 for BMC Genomics)....

["CRISPR"]
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I'd like to know how can I implement the permutation procedure suggested to control for spatial autocorrelation in climatic variables (used as predictor variables in fourth-corner).

["statistics"]
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I'd like to draw attention to an article about the correct use of the terms "trace", "mark" and "structure": https://geojournals.pgi.gov.pl/asgp/article/view/24871

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I found the article very interesting, but as a clinician I wonder if vitamin C could ever be used in patients with tuberculosis. Other studies have suggested that the ascorbic acid concentrations required to kill Mycobacterium tuberculosis are difficult to...