Data from: What can interaction webs tell us about species roles?

Wootton JT, Sander EL, Allesina S

Date Published: July 24, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.39jv1

 

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Title Tatoosh Non-trophic Interactions
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Description Text file containing a matrix indicating absence (0) positive (1) or negative (-1) non-feeding effects of one species (across columns of the matrix) on another species (down rows of the matrix) from the middle intertidal (mussel-dominated) zone of Tatoosh Island, Washington, USA. Species names and order corresponding to matrix columns/rows are found in file TatooshSpeciesNames.txt and Tatoosh-Taxonomy.csv
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Title Tatoosh-Taxonomy
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Description CSV file containing taxonomic information for each of the nodes used in the interaction web files for Tatoosh Island, Washington. The order of taxa in the table corresponds to the order of taxon as they appear in the interaction webs.
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Title TatooshTrophic
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Description Text file containing a matrix indicating absence (0), prey (1) or consumer (-1) trophic effects of one species (across columns of the matrix) on another species (down rows of the matrix) from the middle intertidal (mussel-dominated) zone of Tatoosh Island, Washington, USA. Species names and order corresponding to matrix columns/rows are found in file TatooshSpeciesNames.txt and Tatoosh-Taxonomy.csv
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Title Tatoosh Interaction Web
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Description Interaction web (trophic and non-trophic) for the middle intertidal, mussel dominated community of Tatoosh Island, Washington, provided as a matrix of positive (1), negative (-1) or no (0) interaction. Taxon identity and order are contained in Tatoosh-Taxonomy.csv
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Sander EL, Wootton JT, Allesina S (2015) What can interaction webs tell us about species roles? PLoS Computational Biology 11(7): e1004330. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004330

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Wootton JT, Sander EL, Allesina S (2015) Data from: What can interaction webs tell us about species roles? Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.39jv1
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