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Please note that in the legend of Fig. 2, "LA" should be "TAG" in the last sentence (i.e. "MDA and LA libraries" should be " MDA and TAG libraries"). Similarly in Table S5, "LA" should be "TAG" in column Library.

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You examine several possible reasons for women having higher acceptance rates than men. One issue which you did not look at, and which I think may be relevant could be as follows: If it is true that men are more likely to engage in risk than women, and given...

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This is a great article! Do you know of any terrestrial analogues? I could not find any oxygen time series from terrestrial forests, though it must have been done somewhere. Also, can you rule out the release of stored oxygen, versus direct production, as a cause...

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If seeds can be dispersed by hydrochory, surely they can be dispersed over longer distances by ducks or other waterbirds? Perhaps within terrestrial areas other granivorous birds disperse the seeds by endozoochory. If the foliage is toxic, that is irrelevant to...

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Dear authors, thanks for this work. Just a note regarding your statement that "software currently available for data analysis employ proprietary platforms and thus limit accessibility". This is incorrect since several free, open source software that does...

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Emerson Murphy-Hill commented on the pre-print of this paper that they ran an analysis that women are more likely to accept pull requests from men than from women and that men...

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I have a website to which I attach great importance to usability and user experience but I don't know how to measure it. With an A/B test? What professional tools do you recommend? Thank you!

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I would like to know if the DOI of this review is active.

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There are 182 character scores for each taxon in the supplementary material (S2), however, there are only 181 in Brochu (2011), and the total is stated as 181 in this article. If there is an additional character, can it be made known? I ask as I'm interested in...

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The Mens' drop is smaller, but it is statistically significant.

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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...

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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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