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comment Does anyone use bootstrapping to report mass gain during experiment?
Also have a look at this paper. Basically what I wanted to ask was, whether you need bootstrapping. Is there some variation between groups?
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comment Does anyone use bootstrapping to report mass gain during experiment?
You should clarify why you want to use bootstrapping - what statistical tests you performed and what was the primary observation (which you say, has low significance). Is it 6 groups each for treated and control plus 10 individuals in a group? Anyways see this.
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comment Does anyone use bootstrapping to report mass gain during experiment?
Can you add more details? For example number of samples, metric measured, basic statistical estimates (mean/variance) and the experimental design. For your question, as it is now, searching bootstrap+body mass in google scholar would do.
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comment Material with very small young's modulus
This is a chemistry/materials science question.
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comment Tissue grafting in marine invertebrates
I think what @bonCodigo is trying to ask is what kind of polyps you are talking about (their habitat etc).
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comment Why does the number of mutations per individuals follow a Poisson distribution?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
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comment Why does the number of mutations per individuals follow a Poisson distribution?
@Remi.b I did not say anything about reproduction. I also do not know what is a segregating site. I am just saying how the process of accumulation of mutations in the DNA will have a Poisson distribution.
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reviewed Leave Open Why are the sex chromosomes called X and Y?
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comment Why does the number of mutations per individuals follow a Poisson distribution?
@Remi.b probability of any mutation will have a Poisson distribution. Not specific to deleterious mutations. In fact for deleterious mutations there can be non Poisson observation when you sample the population because they may be selected out.
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comment Reversible biological module in KEGG
I think it denotes the flux through the pathway..
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comment How to color a white peacock feathers with pigments?
@MarchHo They are stored in vesicles inside pigment cells that are transferred to keratinocytes. The feather is cellular; the cells die after a while.