adv: Dominance sequence from Albers and de Vries (2001)

Description Usage Format Details Source References Examples

Description

Dominance sequence from Albers and de Vries (2001)

Usage

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Format

Fictional example of an interaction sequence, with 33 interactions between 7 individuals.

Date

Date of the interaction

Time

Time of the interaction (not mandatory for calculations)

winner

Winner of the interaction

loser

Loser of the interaction

tie

indicates whether the interaction ended undecided, i.e. in a draw/tie

Details

adv is the data set of fictional interactions that was used by Albers and de Vries (2001). adv2 adds to this fictional data to indicate whether an interaction ended undecided (draw). advpres is a fictional presence data set, indicating which individuals were present and absent on which date.

Source

Albers, P. C. H. & de Vries, H. 2001. Elo-rating as a tool in the sequential estimation of dominance strengths. Animal Behaviour, 61, 489-495.

References

Albers, P. C. H. & de Vries, H. 2001. Elo-rating as a tool in the sequential estimation of dominance strengths. Animal Behaviour, 61, 489-495.

Examples

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