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The case of using microsatellite genetic data to rescue an isolated indigenous African lion population at the Hluhluweimfolozi Park in Kwazulu Natal Province, South Africa

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posted on 2020-03-02, 13:26 authored by Susan MillerSusan Miller, Patricia ChikuniPatricia Chikuni, Niklas ZimmerNiklas Zimmer
Key points:

1. The open sharing of microsat data allows others to check my analyses and do more analyses if new statistical analyses are developed.

2. The sharing of datasets enables the reproducibility of science as “anyone that had the data could also get to the same conclusions I came to especially if they read the paper and use my data”.

3. Microsatellite genetic data can be loosely used to compare data when stored in an open access repository.