Data from: Similar but different: dynamic social network analysis highlights fundamental differences between the fission-fusion societies of two equid species, the onager and Grevy's zebra

Rubenstein DI, Sundaresan SR, Fischhoff IR, Tantipathananandh C, Berger-Wolf TY

Date Published: October 26, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q660q

 

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Title Grevy's zebra and wild asses affiliation groups
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Description Affiliation groups over time for grevy's zebra and wild asses. Data in contains three columns: day, group no., individual id. Day is the day (an encoding of a date) on which the groups of animals have been sighted. Group no. is the unique group id for each sighted group. All animals with the same group no. have been seen together. All group numbers are unique and do not repeat across days. Animal id is the unique identifier of an individual animal. The letter after the id indicates demographic status: Grevy's [s- stallion, b - bachelor, n - non-lactating, l - lactating], wild asses [T - territorial male, N - non-lactating, L - lactating].
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Rubenstein DI, Sundaresan SR, Fischhoff IR, Tantipathananandh C, Berger-Wolf TY (2015) Similar but different: dynamic social network analysis highlights fundamental differences between the fission-fusion societies of two equid species, the onager and Grevy's zebra. PLOS ONE 10(10): e0138645. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0138645

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Rubenstein DI, Sundaresan SR, Fischhoff IR, Tantipathananandh C, Berger-Wolf TY (2015) Data from: Similar but different: dynamic social network analysis highlights fundamental differences between the fission-fusion societies of two equid species, the onager and Grevy's zebra. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.q660q
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