Data from: Do animals living in larger groups experience greater parasitism? A meta-analysis

 

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Title Effect sizes and study identities
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Description An Excel spreadsheet of the effect sizes (Hedges G) included in our study. Note: Missing Hedges' G indicates that sample size was too small to estimate effect size or direction was not provided in original paper.
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Title Final Tree used
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Description The phylogenetic tree used in our analysis. This tree is fully dichotomous, includes branch lengths, and has no non-zero branch-lengths. Tree structure and branch lengths were collected from the literature and estimated as described in the methods. The tree was edited in R and Notepad.
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Title Final data used
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Description The data used for the phylogenetic meta-analysis in Phylometa. The data file is formatted in accordance with the instructions in the Phylometa manual: it is tab-delimited and the columns are taxon name, taxon-specific effect size, effect size variance, and moderator grouping. In moderator grouping, 0=arachnid, lizard or fish, 1=mammal, 2=bird, and 3=insect.
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Title Supplementary methods
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Description Describes statistical methods omitted from paper because they were not relevant to the results presented.
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Rifkin JL, Nunn CL, Garamszegi LZ (2012) Do animals living in larger groups experience greater parasitism? A meta-analysis. The American Naturalist 180(1): 70-82. http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/666081

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Rifkin JL, Nunn CL, Garamszegi LZ (2012) Data from: Do animals living in larger groups experience greater parasitism? A meta-analysis. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.v5007p45
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