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Table S1. Linear measurements of theropods elements used in “measured” dataset analysis.

Table S2. Linear regression analyses of absolute (A–E) and relative (F–I) values from measured dataset.

Table S3. Partial correlation scores comparing strength of correlation of the scapula length (SC) to body size (as represented by SVL or F), Humerus (H), or Forelimb (FL) length.

Table S4. Nodal reconstructions, SVL (in mm) has been logged, all other measurements expressed as a fraction of SVL.

Table S5. Nodal reconstructions of relative element length (element length/SVL) compared to values estimated based on OLS regression at reconstructed nodal body size (based on SVL).

Table S6. Parametric (Pearson's) and nonparametric (Spearman's D and Kendall's ι) correlation comparisons between nodal reconstructed values for and those estimated through allometric regression.

Table S7. (A) Comparison of H:F ratio and residual produced by regressing log humeral length on log femoral length. logH = 0.77368(±+/− 0.0305) × logF + 0.32768 (± 0.0054), n = 95, r2 = 0.855. (B) Nodal humeral residual reconstructions using the larger dataset length topology.

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