Data from: Using collision cones to assess biological deconfliction methods

Brace NL, Hedrick TL, Theriault DH, Fuller NW, Wu Z, Betke M, Parrish JK, Grünbaum D, Morgansen KA

Date Published: September 30, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.533gf

 

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Description 3D position data for Myotis velifer. The columns represent the trial number, the index number (to differentiate individual animals within a trial -- note they are not consistent between trials), the frame (used for synchronizing the data), and the XYZ position coordinates with respect to a global reference frame. Information about how the data was collected is in the ReadMe file.
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Title Bird Trajectory Data
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Description 3D position data for Petrochelidon pyrrhonota. The columns represent the trial number, the index number (to differentiate individual animals within a trial -- note they are not consistent between trials), the frame (used for synchronizing the data), and the XYZ position coordinates with respect to a global reference frame. Information about how the data was collected is in the ReadMe file.
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Title Fish Trajectory Data
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Description 3D position data for Danio aequipinnatus. The columns represent the trial number, the index number (to differentiate individual animals within a trial -- note they are not consistent between trials), the frame (used for synchronizing the data), and the XYZ position coordinates with respect to a global reference frame. Information about how the data was collected is in the ReadMe file.
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Brace NL, Hedrick TL, Theriault DH, Fuller NW, Wu Z, Betke M, Parrish JK, Grünbaum D, Morgansen KA (2016) Using collision cones to assess biological deconfliction methods. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 13(122): 20160502. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsif.2016.0502

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Brace NL, Hedrick TL, Theriault DH, Fuller NW, Wu Z, Betke M, Parrish JK, Grünbaum D, Morgansen KA (2016) Data from: Using collision cones to assess biological deconfliction methods. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.533gf
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