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Table 6 Jaccard index comparing the present study with previous reports at the regional, national, and global scales

From: Ethnopharmacological studies of indigenous plants in Kel village, Neelum Valley, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan

Area Study year Number of recorded plant species Plants with similar use Plants with dissimilar use Total species common in both area Species enlisted only in aligned areas Species enlisted only in study area Percentage of plant with similar uses Percentage of dissimilar uses JI Citation
Toli Peer A.K, Pakistan 2017 121 9 6 15 106 63 7.44 4.96 9.74 [2]
Sharda, Neelum Valley 2012 39 12 10 22 17 28 30.77 25.64 95.65 [4]
Abbottabad, Northern Pakistan 2014 120 2 4 6 114 44 1.67 3.33 3.95 [1]
Senhsa, District Kotli A.K, Pakistan 2012 112 6 7 13 99 37 5.36 6.25 10.57 [62]
Hangu North KPK Pakistan, 2014 67 1 1 2 65 48 1.49 1.49 1.80 [68]
Kashmir Himalayas, Pakistan 2012 71 3 4 7 64 43 4.23 5.63 7.00 [36]
Central Karakoram national Park, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan 2011 47 1 1 2 45 48 2.13 2.13 2.20 [70]
Naran Valley, Pakistan 2013 101 5 5 10 91 40 4.95 4.95 8.26 [7]
Garhwal Himalaya, India 2013 152 2 6 8 144 42 1.32 3.95 4.49 [71]
District Bhimber A.K, Pakistan 2013 58 1 1 2 56 48 1.72 1.72 1.96 [22]
Leepa Valley, Muzaffarabad (AJK), Pakistan 2012 36 3 1 4 32 46 8.33 2.78 5.41 [21]
Makawanpur District, Central Nepal 2014 161 2 1 3 158 47 1.24 0.62 1.49 [63]
Terai forest, Western Nepal 2012 66 2 1 3 63 47 3.03 1.52 2.80 [64]
Rasuwa District, Central Nepal 2010 60 3 1 4 56 46 5.00 1.67 4.08 [65]
Jakholi block, Rudraprayag, India 2017 78 8 4 12 66 38 10.26 5.13 13.04 [61]