Data from: Severe inbreeding depression and no evidence of purging in an extremely inbred wild species - the Chatham Island black robin

 

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Title DatasheetA
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Description Contains pairwise predictor variables, and fledging rate response variable, for analyses presented in Table 1; Table 2; Figure 2; Supplementary Figure 1; Supplementary Table 1; Supplementary Table 2; Supplementary Table 3. For the code used to generate Fa and ll estimates from the pedigree (DatasheetC), see Supplementary R code 1 and 2, published with the manuscript. Under the "Site" variable: "TPB" = Top Bush, "MGR" - Mangere, "WSB" = Woolshed Bush.
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Title DatasheetB
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Description Contains inbreeding (F) and census (N) data per year, over three sites, used to generate Figure 1.
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Title DatasheetC
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Description Contains pedigree of animals included in this study, plus ll estimates for each individual, used to generate Supplementary Figure 2. Missing data = "NA".
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Title DatasheetD
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Description Contains fledging data for all pairs from 1990 onwards, used to generate Supplementary Figure 3.
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Kennedy ES, Grueber CE, Duncan RP, Jamieson IG (2013) Severe inbreeding depression and no evidence of purging in an extremely inbred wild species - the Chatham Island black robin. Evolution 68(4): 987–995. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/evo.12315

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Kennedy ES, Grueber CE, Duncan RP, Jamieson IG (2013) Data from: Severe inbreeding depression and no evidence of purging in an extremely inbred wild species - the Chatham Island black robin. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.16g74
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