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    1 Subject Typos in help file? 
    2 Date/Time       2008-03-28 08:32:41 
    3 Posted By       Yu-Chun Kao 
    4 I'm a beginner of EwE and learning EwE via the help files. I think there might be typos in EwE 6.0 help file. 
    5 First, in section `3.2 Ecosim basic` equation 50, should the other mortality term be M0i instead of Mi? Then the notation will be more consistent. 
     1Subject        Typos in help file? Date/Time        2008-03-28 08:32:41 Posted By        Yu-Chun Kao I'm a beginner of EwE and learning EwE via the help files. I think there might be typos in EwE 6.0 help file. First, in section `3.2 Ecosim basic` equation 50, should the other mortality term be M0i instead of Mi? Then the notation will be more consistent.  
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    7 Second, in Ecopath document, 2.1 equation 11, gi is defined as gross food conversion efficiency, while in Ecosim, 3.2 equation 50, gi is the net 
    8 growth efficiency. I'm wondering why they are different? 
     3Second, in Ecopath document, 2.1 equation 11, gi is defined as gross food conversion efficiency, while in Ecosim, 3.2 equation 50, gi is the net growth efficiency. I'm wondering why they are different? 
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    10 Third, in Ecopath the suffix `ji` means group j prey on group i (i.e. DCji in equation 4) while in Ecosim, suffix `ji` means group i prey on group j (i.e. Qji in equation 50). It is very confusing to me but may not be a big 
    11 problem as there always is explanation following those equations. 
     5Third, in Ecopath the suffix `ji` means group j prey on group i (i.e. DCji in equation 4) while in Ecosim, suffix `ji` means group i prey on group j (i.e. Qji in equation 50). It is very confusing to me but may not be a big problem as there always is explanation following those equations. 
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    137Posted by user on EwE support page....just a few typos for whomever is going to be working on the help files