Data from: A logic approach to modeling nomenclatural change

Franz N, Zhang C, Lee J

Date Published: May 8, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.cd13v

 

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Title FranzEtAl-2017-SupplementaryMaterials-S1
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Description SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS S1. – Answer Set Programming code (.txt), with extensive comments, to perform the 20 nomenclatural taxon use case in conjunction with the Potassco solver clingo. See also Table 1.
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Title FranzEtAl-2017-SupplementaryMaterials-S2
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Description SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS S2. – Data file (.txt) with installation instructions and command line interface operations to run the ASP code and obtain the related reasoning and visualization outputs.
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Title FranzEtAl-2017-SupplementaryMaterials-S3
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Description SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS S3. – Data file (.txt) with the complete textual clingo solver output for the 20 nomenclatural taxon use case. This output is used to produce the GraphViz visualizations.
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Description SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS S4. – Java Archive file (.jar) needed to translate the clingo solver output into the corresponding GraphViz visualizations.
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Title FranzEtAl-2017-SupplementaryMaterials-S5
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Description SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS S5. – Collated set of GraphViz visualizations (transformed into .pdf) for the 20 nomenclatural taxon use case.
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Title FranzEtAl-2017-SupplementaryMaterials-S6
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Description SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS S6. – Set of 36 Euler/X input data files for the respective alignments (summarized in Table 3). Each file is saved is saved in .txt format and contains annotations and instructions for run commands to yield the alignments and input/output visualizations. The corresponding Euler/X .pdf input visualizations are also provided.
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Title FranzEtAl-2017-SupplementaryMaterials-S7
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Description SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS S7. – Set of 36 Euler/X toolkit output Maximally Informative Relations (MIR) for the input data files provided in the Supplementary Materials S6. Each output file is saved in .csv format.
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Title FranzEtAl-2017-SupplementaryMaterials-S8
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Description SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS S8. – Set of 36 Euler/X output alignment visualizations (.pdf) for the input data files provided in the Supplementary Materials S6.
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Franz NM, Zhang C, Lee J (2017) A logic approach to modelling nomenclatural change. Cladistics, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cla.12201

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