Data from: Composite collective decision making

Czaczkes TJ, Czaczkes B, Iglhaut C, Heinze J

Date Published: April 29, 2015



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Czaczkes TJ, Czaczkes B, Iglhaut C, Heinze J (2015) Composite collective decision making. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282(1809): 20142723.

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