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that had -> having?

I want to make this sentence shorter: Also, items that had poor parameter estimates were removed from the analysis. Is it correct to turn that had into having? Also, items having poor ...
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What is the correct name for this particular unclear-subject error?

An example: the sentence "Upon finishing these books, I think the reader has a new perspective on history." Taken literally, it could mean that "I, upon finishing these books, think..." Or it ...
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Can “along with” be used to mean “as a consequence of”?

I have this sentence: Along with something (cause), something else (effect) happened. From text books I know that parts that are connected by “along with” should be in the same form and in the ...