Data from: Linking social and spatial networks to viral community phylogenetics reveals subtype specific transmission dynamics in African lions

Fountain-Jones NM, Packer C, Troyer JL, VanderWaal K, Robinson S, Jacquot M, Craft ME

Date Published: September 8, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8j3s3

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Description Metadata associated for 'pride or density' (Tab 1), within pride (Tab 2) and between pride (Tabs 3-12) analyses. Associated sequence data can be found on GenBank (accession numbers AY549217-537 AY549304, AY552614 to AY552683, and AY552684 - AY552748, and AY878208 - AY878235). "Ple numbers" attached to sequence data match to the first column of Tab 1. Please see README for information about each tab.
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Fountain-Jones NM, Packer C, Troyer JL, VanderWaal K, Robinson S, Jacquot M, Craft ME (2017) Linking social and spatial networks to viral community phylogenetics reveals subtype-specific transmission dynamics in African lions. Journal of Animal Ecology 86(6): 1469-1482. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2656.12751

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Fountain-Jones NM, Packer C, Troyer JL, VanderWaal K, Robinson S, Jacquot M, Craft ME (2017) Data from: Linking social and spatial networks to viral community phylogenetics reveals subtype specific transmission dynamics in African lions. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8j3s3
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