datasetposted on 27.03.2018 by Timothée Bonnet, Erik Postma
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.
__ YearPheno.txt _____ ID: focal individual unique identifier _____ animal: duplicate of ID to fit relatedness matrices in animal model _____ Mother: mother of the focal individual _____ Year: year of measurement _____ Sex: Female or male _____ Age: Juvenile or adult _____ BMI: Body mass index. Check the publication for details _____ RJst: Standardized relative Julian day _____ RJ2st: Squared Standardized relative Julian day _____ Phi and PhiZ: survival to the next year (duplicated for historical reasons) _____ RhoZ: reproduction on the next year _____ FitnessZ: RhoZ + 2Phi. Check the publication for details _____ GGImm: proportion of assumed immigrant ancestry used to fit genetic groups. Check the publication for details _____ BMIst: BMI standardized within years _____ BMI1 and BMI2: BMI in years of positive or negative selection. Check the publication for details