Data from: Model sensitivity and use of the comparative finite element method in mammalian jaw mechanics: mandible performance in the Gray Wolf

Zhijie Jack Tseng, Jill L. McNitt-Gray, Henryk Flashner, Xiaoming Wang & Reyes Enciso
Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is a powerful tool gaining use in studies of biological form and function. This method is particularly conducive to studies of extinct and fossilized organisms, as models can be assigned properties that approximate living tissues. In disciplines where model validation is difficult or impossible, the choice of model parameters and their effects on the results become increasingly important, especially in comparing outputs to infer function. To evaluate the extent to which...
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