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Datasets are tables consisting of molecular, morphological, ethological and / or other characters and a list of operational taxonomic units ( OTUs ) which may be genes, individuals, populations, species, or larger taxa that are presumed to be monophyletic and that are presumed to form, all together, one large clade ; phylogenetic analysis reconstructs the branching pattern within that clade.
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Datasets of such magnitude are typically unavailable for rare species ; it has been estimated that suitable data for PVA is available for only 2 % of threatened bird species.
Datasets are not unstructured streams of bytes, but rather are organized in various logical record and block structures determined by the ( data set organization ), ( record format ), and other parameters.
* Common and Fundamental Operational Datasets The Common Operational Datasets ( CODs ) are critical datasets that are used to support the work of humanitarian actors across multiple sectors.
The Fundamental Operational Datasets ( FODs ) are datasets that are relevant to a humanitarian operation, but are more specific to a particular sector or otherwise do not fit into one of the seven COD themes.
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* An Investigation of Methods for Visualising Highly Multivariate Datasets by C. Brunsdon, A. S. Fotheringham & M. E. Charlton, University of Newcastle, UK
“ Querying Heterogeneous Datasets on the Linked Data Web: Challenges, Approaches, and Trends .” IEEE Internet Computing 16 ( 1 ): 24 – 33.
* Datasets: NARCIS gives access to information about more than 15, 000 datasets of the institute DANS.
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and the young people should not even be permitted to see comedies till they are old enough to drink strong wine and sit at the public tables.
Ordinary politeness may have militated against this opinion being stated so badly but anyone with a wide acquaintance in both groups and who has sat through the many round tables, workshops or panel discussions -- whatever they are called -- on this subject will recognize that the final, boiled down crux of the matter is education.
However, the regionally differentiated results, which appear below in tables, are interesting evidence of the problems of developing self-government under even the most favorable circumstances.
That mother hen of the weight-height tables, the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., clucks that 48 million Americans are overweight.
Pseudocode, flowcharts and control tables are structured ways to express algorithms that avoid many of the ambiguities common in natural language statements.
Arrays are often used to implement tables, especially lookup tables ; the word table is sometimes used as a synonym of array.
Array types are often implemented by array structures ; however, in some languages they may be implemented by hash tables, linked lists, search trees, or other data structures.
Arrays are used to implement mathematical vectors and matrices, as well as other kinds of rectangular tables.
Arrays are used to implement other data structures, such as heaps, hash tables, deques, queues, stacks, strings, and VLists.
They are known in this context as control tables and are used in conjunction with a purpose built interpreter whose control flow is altered according to values contained in the array.
For a detailed discussion of the differences including a more comprehensive table ( several essential tables are given below ) of Biblical scripture for both Testaments and the intertestamental period with regard to canonical acceptance in Christendom's various major traditions, see Wikipedia's article on " Biblical canon ".
Hole card games are sometimes played on tables with a small mirror or electronic sensor which are used to peek securely at the hole card.
In duplicate bridge, the cards held by each player in each deal are preserved so that each partnership plays the same set of hands as their East-West or North-South counterparts at other tables and with the scoring based upon relative performance, thus emphasizing skill over chance.
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The central group of the Foundation's advisors are, at any one period of time, the members of our Advisory Board, consisting, now, of thirty-six men and women.
Parents are asked in the bulletin to send packages of treats consisting of fruit and nuts, but no candy.
The Austro-Asiatic languages are well known for having a " sesquisyllabic " pattern, with basic nouns and verbs consisting of a reduced minor syllable plus a full syllable.
For most of the year, aardwolves spend time in shared territories consisting of up to a dozen dens, which are occupied for six weeks at a time.
This is because words in Semitic languages are formed from a root consisting of ( usually ) three consonants, the vowels being used to indicate inflectional or derived forms.
Alternate history or alternative history is a genre of fiction consisting of stories that are set in worlds in which history has diverged from the actual history of the world.
alt = Black-and-white photograph of a statue consisting of an inscribed, round pedestal on top of which sits a seated, nude, male figure of which only the legs and lower torso are preserved
* 1945 – Benito Mussolini and his mistress Clara Petacci are executed by a firing squad consisting of members of the Italian resistance movement.
The more humid regions have a richer vegetation ; dense forest where the rainfall is greatest and variations of temperature least, conditions found chiefly on the tropical coasts, and in the west African equatorial basin with its extension towards the upper Nile ; and savanna interspersed with trees on the greater part of the plateaus, passing as the desert regions are approached into a scrub vegetation consisting of thorny acacias, etc.
Tolstoy defined art ( and by no coincidence also characterized its value ) as the following: " Art is a human activity consisting in this, that one man consciously, by means of certain external signs, hands on to others feelings he has lived through, and that other people are infected by these feelings and also experience them.
Along with some of the other major Coalition cities, Chi-Town is considered a " Mega-City " in that its entire population is housed inside one giant structure consisting of more than thirty levels, each of which are several stories high and contain a number of sub-levels.
His relics, now consisting of only his skull, are venerated in the Church of St. Titus, Heraklion, Crete to which it was returned in 1966 after being removed to Venice during the Turkish occupation.
Audio signals are sound waves — longitudinal waves which travel through air, consisting of compressions and rarefactions.
; the duo Lange Frans & Baas B with their patriotic but introspective " Het Land Van "; and Yes-R. Other notable groups are " Opgezwolle " ( consisting of rapper Sticky Steez, rapper Phreaco Rico and DJ Delic ) and Brainpower.
Phoronids resemble bryozoan zooids but are long and, although they often grow in clumps, do not form colonies consisting of clones.
Except for a few primitive types such as sponges ( which have no nervous system ) and jellyfish ( which have a nervous system consisting of a diffuse nerve net ), all living animals are bilaterians, meaning animals with a bilaterally symmetric body shape ( that is, left and right sides that are approximate mirror images of each other ).
Two of the most common polysaccharides are cellulose and glycogen, both consisting of repeating glucose monomers.
In the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America ( ELCA ) and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada ( ELCIC ), the largest Lutheran Church bodies in the United States and Canada respectively and roughly based on the Nordic Lutheran state churches ( similar to that of the Church of England ), bishops are elected by Synod Assemblies, consisting of both lay members and clergy, for a term of 6 years, which can be renewed, depending upon the local synod's " constitution " ( which is mirrored on either the ELCA or ELCIC's national constitution ).
The internal auditors are required by law to report directly to an audit board, consisting of directors more than half of whom are outside directors, one of whom is an accounting expert.