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The authors did an excellent job talking about the fallacies of p-values. In addition, other summary statistics such as the mean, median, interquartile range, and r-square can skew interpretation of the results as Anscombe...

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Figure caption mentions that the fraction is calculated as read count per gene after deduplication/read count per gene after deduplication. Would I be correct to assume it should be something along the lines of read count per gene before deduplication/read count...

["figure","caption","typo"]
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I noticed the Dryad link isn't working for some reason. I have uploaded the Supplemental Data zipfile to GitHub, here: https://github.com/nmatzke/Matzke_Irmis_2018_PeerJ_autapomorphies_SuppData

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Nice paper! Btw, I've got a paper published three years ago that assess the use of autapomorphies for morphology-based inference (not for dating though) http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0116671#abstract0

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The contact email is dead and there is none on the scikit-image home page.

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Hi, I have a question regarding the use of UNOISE3 in this article. On lines 123-125: Finally, the FASTA containing unique sequences was used as input into USEARCH’s unoise3 (Edgar, 2016)⁠ command generating a BIOM table and representative ASVs that were used...

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I personally think it must come from specific to general not otherwise because is hard to understand until read the abstract. It is just a friendly opinion.

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I know coarse grained models usually use 5, 10, 20 fs/step, but i never read before an atomistic model using 20 fs as timestep. Is that correct? or a typo?

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It doesn't say in the legend (or the one for Fig. 2) From the provided branch support values (please note: boostrap resampling and PP provide branch support values, not "nodal support": one counts the number of taxon bipartitions, i.e. internodes, in the pseudoreplicate...

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Hi, I would like to know your protocol for amyloid beta lyophilization. I've found some people that have a lyophilizer, which will lyophilize my protein for me, but they have asked about the conditions that they should use. I haven't use lyophilizer before, so...

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Signalling typo: page 8/42, first row in Results section, "1850" instead of "1950" [sic]

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Signalling typo: page 11/42, "Subsampled" instead of "Subampled" [sic]

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I appreciate the efforts to make the pipeline used in this study reproducible by providing code organized in a public repository. I do, however, not agree that it is useful to call the collection of scripts found in the repository an R-package. One of the central...

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I am currrently analysing some fMRI data for language and visuospatial laterality. Basically, I administered a language task (verbal fluency) and a visuospatial task (visual short-term memory) during fMRI scanning. Using meta-analyses I have identified key...

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Itopsidema vancleavei is from the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation in Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona, not from the Early-Middle Triassic Moenkopi Formation. How does this geochronological extension change the details of this study? I would think barely...

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