Dear all I'm working with five different datasets (lateral and dorsal view of the skull and jaw) of a neotropical bat genus. My research question is if one species (described with a single sample), is a synonym of one of the other species of the genus. I used classify function of RRPP for this purpose, and it solved my question generating one posterior probability for each species of each dataset. However, I would like to know there is a way to generate a single posterior probability for each species. Should I join all the datasets before doing the classification analysis? Or should I average the posterior probabilities of all the datasets? Is there a better way to do it? Thanks
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