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[REVIEW]: Philentropy: Information Theory and Distance Quantification with R #765
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Thank you so so much for your great work and for the super fast editorial/review process.
This is my first JOSS paper and I will definitely consider submitting future tools to JOSS as well. In addition, I will also highly recommend it to my colleagues.