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Peer review of \"Chromosome-level genome assembly of Aldrichina grahami, a forensically important blowfly\"

Aaron Taron
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Peer review of \"Chromosome-level genome assembly of Aldrichina grahami, a forensically important blowfly\"

Aaron Tarone
This is the open peer reviewers comments and recommendations regarding the submitted GigaScience article and/or dataset.

Peer review of \"Multi-omics Visualization Platform: An extensible Galaxy plug-in for multi-omics data visualization and exploration\"

Anil Thanki
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Peer review of \"An image dataset related to automated macrophage detection in immunostained lymphoma tissue samples\"

Guy M Hagen
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Peer review of \"*-DCC: A platform to collect, annotate, and explore a large variety of sequencing experiments\"

Christophe Trefois
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Peer review of \"*-DCC: A platform to collect, annotate, and explore a large variety of sequencing experiments\"

Adam Frankishl
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Peer review of \"Chromosome-level genome assembly and annotation of the loquat (Eriobotrya japonica) genome\"

Robert Van Buren
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Peer review of \"Interpretable and accurate prediction models for metagenomics data\"

Bonnie Hurwit
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Supporting data for \"MaRe: Processing Big Data with Application Containers on Apache Spark\"

Capuccini Marco, Dahlö Martin, Toor Salman & Spjuth Ola
Life science is increasingly driven by Big Data analytics, and the MapReduce programming model has been proven successful for data-intensive analyses. However, current MapReduce frameworks offer poor support for reusing existing processing tools in bioinformatics pipelines. Further, these frameworks do not have native support for application containers, which are becoming popular in scientific data processing. Here we present MaRe, an open-source programming library which introduces support for Docker containers in Apache Spark. Apache Spark and...

Supporting data for \"Sequencing smart: De novo sequencing and assembly approaches for a non-model mammal.\"

Etherington John Graham, Heavens Darren, , Lister Ashleigh, , Garcia Gonzalo, Clavijo Bernardo, Macaulay Iain, Haerty Wilfried & Di Palma Federica
Whilst much sequencing effort has focused on key mammalian model organisms such as mouse and human, little is known about the correlation between genome sequencing techniques for non-model mammals and genome assembly quality. This is especially relevant to non-model mammals, where the samples to be sequenced are often degraded and low quality. A key aspect when planning a genome project is the choice of sequencing data to generate. This decision is driven by several factors,...

Peer review of \"Light-responsive expression atlas reveals the effects of light quality and intensity in Kalanchoë fedtschenkoi, a plant with crassulacean acid metabolism\"

Aureliano Bombarely
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Peer review of \"Genome sequence of the agarwood tree Aquilaria sinensis (Lour.) Spreng: the first chromosome-level draft genome in the Thymelaeceae family\"

Caroline Belser
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Peer review of \"Genome sequence of the agarwood tree Aquilaria sinensis (Lour.) Spreng: the first chromosome-level draft genome in the Thymelaeceae family\"

Fernando Cruz
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Peer review of \"DeepPod: a convolutional neural network based quantification of fruit number in Arabidopsis\"

This is the open peer reviewers comments and recommendations regarding the submitted GigaScience article and/or dataset.

Peer review of \"Comparative proteomics analysis of Tibetan hull-less barley under osmotic stress via data-independent acquisition mass spectrometry\"

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Peer review of \"Accessible and reproducible mass spectrometry imaging data analysis in Galaxy\"

Chris Armit
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Peer review of \"Accessible and reproducible mass spectrometry imaging data analysis in Galaxy\"

Ralph Weber
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Peer review of \"Accessible and reproducible mass spectrometry imaging data analysis in Galaxy\"

Chris Armit
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Peer review of \"GraphClust2: Annotation and discovery of structured RNAs with scalable and accessible integrative clustering\"

Ioanna Kalvari
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Peer review of \"Systematic processing of ribosomal RNA gene amplicon sequencing data\"

Marc Sze
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Supporting data for \"A highly contiguous genome assembly of the bat hawkmoth (Lepidoptera Sphingidae)\"

, , , , Vogel Heiko, , Hiller Michael & Hundsdoerfer K Anna
Adapted to different ecological niches, moth species belonging to the Hyles genus exhibit a spectacular diversity of larval color patterns. These species diverged about 7.5 Mya, making this rather young genus an interesting system to study a wide range of questions including the process of speciation, ecological adaptation and adaptive radiation. Here we present a high-quality genome assembly of the bat hawkmoth Hyles vespertilio, the first reference genome of a member of the Hyles genus....

Peer review of \"Genomic evidence of neo-sex chromosomes in the eastern yellow robin\"

Leonardo Campagna
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Peer review of \"Prognostic model for multiple myeloma progression integrating gene expression and clinical features\"

Pedro Ballester
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Supporting data for \"A novel k-FLBPCM method for detecting morphologically similar crops and weeds based on the combination of contour masks and Local Binary Pattern operators\"

Le Nguyen Thanh Vi, Ahderom Selam, Apopei Beniamin & Alameh Kamal
Weeds are a major cause of low agricultural productivity. Some weeds have morphological features similar to crops making them difficult to discriminate. This paper proposes a novel method using a combination of filtered-features extracted by combined Local Binary Pattern operators and features extracted by plant-leaf contour masks to improve the discrimination rate between broadleaf plants. Opening and closing morphological operators were applied to filter noise in plant images. The images at four stages of growth...

Supporting data for \"Learning improves decoding of odor identity with phase-referenced oscillations in the olfactory bulb\"

Losacco Justin, Ramirez-Gordillo Daniel, Gilmer Jesse & Restrepo Diego
Local field potential oscillations reflect temporally coordinated neuronal ensembles coupling distant brain regions, gating processing windows, and providing a reference for spike timing-based codes. In phase amplitude coupling (PAC), the amplitude of the envelope of a faster oscillation is larger within a phase window of a slower carrier wave.
Here, we characterized PAC, and the related theta phase-referenced high gamma and beta power (PRP), in the olfactory bulb of mice learning to discriminate odorants. PAC...

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