Data from: Prenatal maternal effects appear to be insensitive to experimental or natural environmental variation

Thomson C, Hadfield J

Date Published: May 17, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.26h4q

 

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Title tEGGS
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Description Data containing information about individual eggs within all nests in the years included in the feeding experiment (to analyse hatching time, hatching asynchrony, weight, and hatching success)., as well as information about the feeding treatments of those nests.
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Title Newdat
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Description Data containing all eggs in experimental years (as with data frame tEGGS), augmented with those eggs that were not laid (during interruptions in the laying sequence)
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Title df
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Description Nest-level data of those years included in the feeding experiment
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Title tEGGSall
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Description Data frame of all eggs included in main weather analyses (hatching time, hatching asynchrony, weight, and hatching success).
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Title tEGGSall.aug
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Description Data of all eggs included in the weather analysis, augmented to include those eggs that were not laid (in laying interruptions). Used for pausing analysis.
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Title dfall
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Description Nest level data for all years included in the weather analyses.
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Title FeedingModelsScript
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Description R Script for models used to analysis the feeding experiment
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Title Spline.Functions
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Description R Script for setting up varying coefficient splines used in models
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Title Weather-CGH
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Description R Script for carrying out the hatching time analysis on the effects of weather
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Title Weather-ORDH
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Description R Script for carrying out the hatching asynchrony (ordinal hatching day) analysis on the effect of weather
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Title Weather-HATS
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Description R Script for analysis of the effect of weather on hatching success
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Title Weather-WGHT
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Description R Script for the analysis of the effect of weather on egg weight
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Title Weather-PSE
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Description R Script for the analysis of the effect of weather on the probability of an egg being laid (pausing analysis)
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Title Weather-CSIZE
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Description R Script for the analysis of the effect of weather on clutch size
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Title Weather-INC
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Description R Script for the analysis of the effect of weather on incubation
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Title Feeding-CGH-K
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Description Example R script for carrying out K-fold cross-validation of the models. In this case, it is for the model of the effect of the feeding treatment on hatching time (censored Gaussian).
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Thomson CE, Hadfield JD (2017) Prenatal maternal effects appear to be insensitive to experimental or natural environmental variation. Functional Ecology, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2435.12896

Additionally, please cite the Dryad data package:

Thomson C, Hadfield J (2017) Data from: Prenatal maternal effects appear to be insensitive to experimental or natural environmental variation. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.26h4q
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