datasetposted on 30.03.2018 by Kevin E. Langergraber, David P. Watts, Linda Vigilant, John C. Mitani
Datasets usually provide raw data for analysis. This raw data often comes in spreadsheet form, but can be any collection of data, on which analysis can be performed.
Patrol #: A unique identifier for each of 284 patrols. Date = Date each patrol occurred. Male = For each patrol, each male who was present in the community and >=13 years when the patrol ocurred is listed in his own row. Patrol participation = whether the male in that row participated in the patrol (1) or not (0). Age squared = the male's age in years at the time of the patrol, squared. Rank: the male's standardized dominance rank in the year the patrol occurred. Paternity success = at the time of the patrol, the sum of the relatedness values (0.5) to the male's offspring living in the community. Maternal relatedness = at the time of the patrol, the sum of the relatedness values to the male's close maternal relatives. See methods in supplementary info of original paper for details.