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I looked for this paper in the references but did not see it. i've always liked it: Handwerker HO. Impact factor blues. Eur J Pain. 2010 Jan;14(1):3-4. doi: 10.1016/j.ejpain.2009.11.003. PubMed PMID: 20123449. From page 1: "Over the years several articles...

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Hello! In the "Experimentation" section you write "in order to make the user experience better", but later, the named metrics are "bookings, customer service tickets, review scores, host churn", with "(re)booking" specified in several other places. Which of those...

["for-profit mutualization","advertisement","access economy"]
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Interesting paper. Since you have not cited them, I was wondering if you're aware of alternative methods also based on eigen decomposition that have been proposed and used in the "macro realm" of community ecology, such as those of Peres-Neto et al. 2012,...

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It is interesting that fish maintain a longer distance from the predator (even at the same size) and lower their activity. I wonder if the species of predator would affect the prey response? For instance, perhaps distance maintained might change not based on predator...

["Predator specific prey response"]
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I'm curious about possible differences between the response of learned societies and of commercial journals (though I understand that a few societies were already making enough money from their journals by the 1960s that there is no hard-and-fast line). For commercial...

["peer review","learned societies","editorial process","academic publication"]
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As shown in Appendix 1, the answer to Question 4 is "Open access journals are less likely than subscription journals to allow authors to retain copyright." I would have thought otherwise. Could you provide a reference to a study or database that supports this...

["open access","copyright","Creative Commons","journal policies"]
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Kangaroos are the only large animals to use hopping as a means of locomotion. The comfortable hopping speed for Red Kangaroo is about 20–25 km/h (13–16 mph), but speeds of up to 70 km/h (44 mph) can be attained, over short distances, while it can sustain a speed...

["The running ability of Tyrannosaurus rex"]
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It appears that there is only 1 replicate per technician per kit per site. Although three extractions were pooled for each replicate, it is likely that there would have been differences in read number between those three extractions had they been sequenced. Therefore,...

["amplicon"]
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You mentioned above that you checked six ornithological collections for potentially misidentified specimens. Did you have the opportunity to take measurements of the specimens in these collections? It seems like museum specimens would have helped to increase the...

["morphology","museum specimens"]
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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"]