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Submissions from 2017
Children’s third-party understanding of communicative interactions in a foreign language DataSet, Narges Afshordi, Kathleen R. Sullivan, and Lori Markson
Aerial Imagery of Cahokia Mounds - March 2017, Alex Bradley and Bill Winston
Data and ArcPython script for Pastoralist Participation (PastPart) Model, Michael Frachetti
Four-year-old Children Align their Preferences with those of their Peers DataSet, Laura Hennefield and Lori Markson
Retrotransposons are the major contributors to the expansion of the Drosophila ananassae Muller F element, Wilson Leung, Sarah C.R. Elgin, and http://gep.wustl.edu
Submissions from 2016
International Comparative Legislatures Metadata Database: Using Roll Call Votes to Understand Legislative Behavior, Brian Crisp, Matt Gabel, and Cliff Carrubba
Dataset for Figure 1: Mechanisms of non-Covalent Subunit Regulation of Nav Channel Gating and Pharmacology, Wendy Zhu and Jonathan Silva