Data for 'Jaw shape and mechanical advantage are indicative of diet in Mesozoic mammals', Morales-Garcia et al.

We present all the data and code used to perform the analyses in the paper, it includes the full list of taxa and the sources of the material, diet, mechanical advantage values, and data and code for: time-scaling phylogeny, running PCA of jaw shape coordinates, visualising mechanical advantage values on a phylogeny, performing Procustes ANOVAs and phylogenetic flexible discriminant analysis.

Creator(s) Emily Rayfield, Nuria Morales Garcia, Elizabeth Martin, Christine Janis, Pamela Gill
Publication date 15 Dec 2020
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government Licence for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.awok7xqxmjyg2kr1m6op92w8e
Complete download (zip) https://data.bris.ac.uk/datasets/awok7xqxmjyg2kr1m6op92w8e/awok7xqxmjyg2kr1m6op92w8e.zip
Citation Emily Rayfield, Nuria Morales Garcia, Elizabeth Martin, Christine Janis, Pamela Gill (2020): Data for 'Jaw shape and mechanical advantage are indicative of diet in Mesozoic mammals', Morales-Garcia et al.. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.awok7xqxmjyg2kr1m6op92w8e
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