Data for model fitting

2016-10-26T14:42:06Z (GMT) by Mathias Franz
This file contains a table with 11 columns: (1) Date (coded as an integer numbers, for each group the date of the first interaction is set to 0), (2) Group (a unique integer for each group), (3) Winner (individual that won the interaction; note that individuals are coded as an integer numbers that are group-specific), (4) Loser (individual that lost the interaction), (5) hybrid_w (a floating point number that quantifies the estimated degree of anubis ancestry of the winner) , (6) hybrid_l (the estimated degree of anubis ancestry of the loser), (7) Age_w (the winner’s age in years), (8) Age_l (the loser’s age in years), (9) Lag_day_w (the number of days since the last observed agonistic encounter of the winner), (10) Lag_day_l (the number of days since the last observed agonistic encounter of the loser), (11) aggr_index (the estimated aggression intensity index). Each row represents an observated interaction.