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I was looking for another version of this article published elsewhere, or further studies, but did not find anyone. Is there another publication?

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Dear Dr. Cooper, 1. I’d like to know why Potamogale is classified with tenrecs when its skeleton nests more closely with shrews in my phylogenetic analysis. 2. Do you have any Limnogale skeletal material? 3. Are there any tenrec skulls that have a complete...

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Hello, I'm a biologist working in the Department of Neglected Tropical Disease in WHO, Geneva. I'm actually trying to map the village from where bruli ulcer cases come from, but I have unfortunately not find all of them on Openstreetmap or QGIS. Afrisere,...

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It is not clear to me from the text or the r code how you identified outliers in Figure 2, or what you did with them subsequently. I presume they were excluded from the subsequent analysis. Please forgive me if this is a daft question with an obvious answer. Fascinating...

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In data table 2 there is a number of total elephants in the area. Does this number include the number of carcasses as well? And with this, is the ratio of all carcasses the percent of total elephants that are dead? Just to clarify

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I was wondering if the researchers tried any other methods (like Association rules ,or sequence mining ). I downloaded the data set and i will give it a try anyway.:) but it would be helpful to get any pointers possible. In all,a tempting research idea. Best...

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The links to the raw data on FigShare site appear to be broken, both the 'Run1.tar.gz' and the 'Run2.tar.gz' result in an error that says "Entity not Found'. Thanks

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I want to find some data to compare.

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You mentioned that the phylogenies were visualized using the interactive Tree of Life (iTOL). They are quite neat. I'm curious if iTOL has the ability to do the color shading as seen in Figure 1. Thanks.

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Fan et al. is 2011, not 2016

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correction to this paragraph: "..the foundations of most reefs have been exposed to at least 100,000 years of weathering during glacial periods.." DB

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The author list does not correspond to any paper ever published, it in fact it contains all the authors of all four papers cited in the same part of the manuscript (conventional annotation item 1) The title is that of a paper from BMC Genomics in 2007 (doi:10.1186/1471-2164-8-119) The...

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We feel confused about the "transcript ID" in LncRNA data provided by Oncolnc. Could you please explain what is the standard of "transcript ID" in LncRNA data? Or what is the meaning of "transcript ID"? And the lncRNA names in Oncolnc are inconsistent with that...

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Line 122 & 124 & 235: Misleading information. I ask the authors to rewrite the sentence. They should address how many sequences they have download from Genbank, NCBI? and their own representing sequences? (Personal cross check suggest that they have 17 individuals...