Data from: Demographic variability and heterogeneity among individuals within and among clonal bacteria strains

Jouvet L, Rodríguez-Rojas A, Steiner UK

Date Published: December 21, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gj040

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Title Leslie matrix strain AB1157
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Description This csv file contains data of a age structured, Leslie matrix population projection model for E. coli strain AB1157. The data has been collected using a microfluidic device, called the mother machine. The discrete time steps in the Leslie matrix is one hour (note the initial data has been collected at 4 min time intervals). Age goes from birth (second column) to the last column of the matrix. Fertility rates (number of division per hour) are in the top row (first row after the header row). Survival rates are in the sub-diagonal. Final age with open age class.
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Title Leslie matrix strain BW25113
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Description This csv file contains data of a age structured, Leslie matrix population projection model for E. coli strain BW25113. The data has been collected using a microfluidic device, called the mother machine. The discrete time steps in the Leslie matrix is one hour (note the initial data has been collected at 4 min time intervals). Age goes from birth (second column) to the last column of the matrix. Fertility rates (number of division per hour) are in the top row (first row after the header row). Survival rates are in the sub-diagonal. Final age with open age class.
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Title Leslie matrix strain IAI1
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Description This csv file contains data of a age structured, Leslie matrix population projection model for E. coli strain IAI1. The data has been collected using a microfluidic device, called the mother machine. The discrete time steps in the Leslie matrix is one hour (note the initial data has been collected at 4 min time intervals). Age goes from birth (second column) to the last column of the matrix. Fertility rates (number of division per hour) are in the top row (first row after the header row). Survival rates are in the sub-diagonal. Final age with open age class.
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Title Leslie matrix strain MG1655
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Description This csv file contains data of a age structured, Leslie matrix population projection model for E. coli strain MG1655. The data has been collected using a microfluidic device, called the mother machine. The discrete time steps in the Leslie matrix is one hour (note the initial data has been collected at 4 min time intervals). Age goes from birth (second column) to the last column of the matrix. Fertility rates (number of division per hour) are in the top row (first row after the header row). Survival rates are in the sub-diagonal. Final age with open age class.
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Title Leslie matrix strain MG1655Inlag
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Description This csv file contains data of a age structured, Leslie matrix population projection model for E. coli strain MG1655Inlag. The data has been collected using a microfluidic device, called the mother machine. The discrete time steps in the Leslie matrix is one hour (note the initial data has been collected at 4 min time intervals). Age goes from birth (second column) to the last column of the matrix. Fertility rates (number of division per hour) are in the top row (first row after the header row). Survival rates are in the sub-diagonal. Final age with open age class.
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Title Leslie matrix MG1655LM
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Description This csv file contains data of a age structured, Leslie matrix population projection model for E. coli strain MG1655LM. The data has been collected using a microfluidic device, called the mother machine. The discrete time steps in the Leslie matrix is one hour (note the initial data has been collected at 4 min time intervals). Age goes from birth (second column) to the last column of the matrix. Fertility rates (number of division per hour) are in the top row (first row after the header row). Survival rates are in the sub-diagonal. Final age with open age class.
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Title Leslie matrix strain W3110
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Description This csv file contains data of a age structured Leslie matrix population projection model for E. coli strain W3110. The data has been collected using a microfluidic device, called the mother machine. The discrete time steps in the Leslie matrix is one hour (note the initial data has been collected at 4 min time intervals). Age goes from birth (second column) to the last column of the matrix. Fertility rates (number of division per hour) are in the top row (first row after the header row). Survival rates are in the sub-diagonal. Final age with open age class.
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Title R code for analyzing the Leslie matrix data
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Description This is the R code that has been used for computing the different demographic parameters of Table 2 in the article: population growth rate lambda, generation time T, cohort generation time T_c, Mean lifespan, SD lifespan, coefficient of variation (CV) in lifespan, Mean lifetime reproductive success (LRS), SD LRS, CV LRS.
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Jouvet L, Rodríguez-Rojas A, Steiner UK (2017) Demographic variability and heterogeneity among individuals within and among clonal bacteria strains. Oikos, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1111/oik.04292

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Jouvet L, Rodríguez-Rojas A, Steiner UK (2017) Data from: Demographic variability and heterogeneity among individuals within and among clonal bacteria strains. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.gj040
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