Data from: How structured is the entangled bank? The surprisingly simple organization of multiplex ecological networks leads to increased persistence and resilience

Kéfi S, Miele V, Wieters EA, Navarrete SA, Berlow EL

Date Published: August 26, 2016

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b4vg0

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Title Adjacency matrix for the trophic layer
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Description The file is TAB-delimited and contains 107 lines and 108 columns. The first line is composed by two TAB-keys followed by the numerical IDs of the 106 species. The 106 following lines are composed as follows. The first and second columns display the numerical ID and the name of the species respectively. The species name can include whitespace characters. The remaining columns are the adjancency matrix values, i.e. 1/0 for presence/absence of a link. A link between species i and j means species i is eaten by species j.
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Title Adjacency matrix for the positive non-trophic layer
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Description Same format as chilean-TI.txt. A link between species i and j means that species i is the target of a positive interaction and species j is the source.
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Title Species properties and information
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Description Species properties and information, in Excel format
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Title Adjacency matrix for the negative non-trophic layer
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Description Adjacency matrix for the negative non-trophic layer. Same format as chilean-TI.txt. A link between species i and j means that species i is the target of a negative interaction and species j is the source.
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Title Figure 2 data
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Description In/out degree for each species in the following order : trophic out, trophic In, positive out, positive in, negative out, negative in.
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Title Figure 3 data
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Title Figure S2 data
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Description Ingoing links probabilities of each cluster (matrix 14x14)
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Description Outgoing links probabilities of each cluster (matrix 14x14)
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Title Figure S7 data
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Description Each line displays the biomass after the extinction of each of the 14 species. First line is the Chilean web, next lines are the 500 random networks.
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Title Figures S9-10 data
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Description Random network keeping the same sequence of in and out degrees as those of the Chilean web.
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Description Distance matrix between interaction parameters estimated by the probabilistic modeling for the different clusters.
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Description Metadata required to run the regression tree analysis
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Kéfi S, Miele V, Wieters EA, Navarrete SA, Berlow EL (2016) How Structured Is the Entangled Bank? The Surprisingly Simple Organization of Multiplex Ecological Networks Leads to Increased Persistence and Resilience. PLOS Biology 14(8): e1002527. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.1002527

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Kéfi S, Miele V, Wieters EA, Navarrete SA, Berlow EL (2016) Data from: How structured is the entangled bank? The surprisingly simple organization of multiplex ecological networks leads to increased persistence and resilience. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.b4vg0
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