Data from: We happy few: using structured population models to identify the decisive events in the lives of exceptional individuals

Snyder RE, Ellner SP

Date Published: February 19, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3b56d

 

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Title R scripts for figures in Snyder, Ellner, Am. Nat. 2016
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Description Snyder, Ellner, Am. Nat. 2016 presents methods for analyzing structured population models (integral projections models or matrix models) to determine what makes an individual more likely to become of the few who dominate reproductive output. It assumes that all individuals are identical: some are lucky, most are not. These files contain all that is necessary to generate the figures in that paper. They include both the functions and data that define the models and the analysis scripts. Each figure caption references the R script which generated it.
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Snyder RE, Ellner SP (2016) We happy few: using structured population models to identify the decisive events in the lives of exceptional individuals. The American Naturalist 188(2): E28-E45. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/686996

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Snyder RE, Ellner SP (2016) Data from: We happy few: using structured population models to identify the decisive events in the lives of exceptional individuals. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.3b56d
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