Data from: Demographic stochasticity and resource autocorrelation control biological invasions in heterogeneous landscapes

Giometto A, Altermatt F, Rinaldo A

Date Published: April 5, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.51mq6

 

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Title Growth curves data
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Description Density estimates of Euglena gracilis cultures grown in the presence of light (cell culture flasks 1-5) and in the absence of it (cell culture flasks A-E).
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Title Density profiles, small autocorrelation treatment
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Description This is a Mathematica list. Each element of this list contains the set of 11 temporal measurements of a single experimental replicate. Each element of this list contains algal density profiles measured in the presence of the LED sequence in the data file LEDs_small_cL.m. Each data pair contains the x coordinate of the algal density measurement (first element of the pair, expressed in cm) and the number of individuals in that measurement (second element).
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Title Density profiles, large autocorrelation treatment
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Description This is a Mathematica list. Each element of this list contains the set of 11 temporal measurements of a single experimental replicate. Each element of this list contains algal density profiles measured in the presence of the LED sequence in the data file LEDs_large_cL.m. Each data pair contains the x coordinate of the algal density measurement (first element of the pair, expressed in cm) and the number of individuals in that measurement (second element).
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Title LEDs on/off sequences, small autocorrelation treatment
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Description This is a Mathematica list. Each element of this list contains the LED on/off sequence for each experimental replicate within the small autocorrelation length treatment. Indicated are the position of the LED in cm from the origin (first element of each data pair) and the LED on/off value (0 or 1, respectively).
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Title LEDs on/off sequences, large autocorrelation treatment
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Description This is a Mathematica list. Each element of this list contains the LED on/off sequence for each experimental replicate within the large autocorrelation length treatment. Indicated are the position of the LED in cm from the origin (first element of each data pair) and the LED on/off value (0 or 1, respectively).
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Title Profile measurements times, small autocorrelation treatment
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Description This is a Mathematica list. Each element of the list contains the times (in days) at which the algal density profiles were measured.
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Title Mean front position and standard error, small autocorrelation length treatment
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Description This is a Mathematica list. It contains five elements, each of which corresponds to the mean front positions measured at a different threshold density, respectively: 45, 60, 75, 90 and 105 1/cm. The mean is computed across the replicates belonging to the small autocorrelation length treatment. Each element of the list contains a list of triplets: the first element of each pair is the mean time of measurement (in days), the second element is the mean front position (in cm), the third element is the standard error of the mean (in cm).
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Title Mean front position and standard error, large autocorrelation treatment
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Description This is a Mathematica list. It contains five elements, each of which corresponds to the mean front positions measured at a different threshold density, respectively: 45, 60, 75, 90 and 105 1/cm. The mean is computed across the replicates belonging to the large autocorrelation length treatment. Each element of the list contains a list of triplets: the first element of each pair is the mean time of measurement (in days), the second element is the mean front position (in cm), the third element is the standard error of the mean (in cm).
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Title Front positions, small autocorrelation treatment
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Description This is a Mathematica list. It contains five elements, each of which corresponds to the front positions measured at a different threshold density, respectively: 45, 60, 75, 90 and 105 1/cm. Each element of this list contains five elements, each corresponding to a different experimental replicate invasion in the small autocorrelation length treatment. Each element of this sub-list contains pairs of data, where the first element is the measurement time (in days) and the second element is the position of the front at that time (in cm).
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Title Front positions, large autocorrelation treatment
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Description This is a Mathematica list. It contains five elements, each of which corresponds to the front positions measured at a different threshold density, respectively: 45, 60, 75, 90 and 105 1/cm. Each element of this list contains six elements, each corresponding to a different experimental replicate invasion in the large autocorrelation length treatment. Each element of this sub-list contains pairs of data, where the first element is the measurement time (in days) and the second element is the position of the front at that time (in cm).
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Giometto A, Altermatt F, Rinaldo A (2017) Demographic stochasticity and resource autocorrelation control biological invasions in heterogeneous landscapes. Oikos, online in advance of print. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/oik.04330

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Giometto A, Altermatt F, Rinaldo A (2017) Data from: Demographic stochasticity and resource autocorrelation control biological invasions in heterogeneous landscapes. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.51mq6
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