fisherB10: B.10 Directions of desert ants

Description Usage Format Source See Also Examples

Description

Directions of 11 long-legged desert ants (Cataglyphis fortis) after one eye on each ant was 'trained' to learn the ant's home direction, then covered and the other eye uncovered.

Usage

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Format

fisherB10 is a list (in degrees). fisherB10c contains the same observations in a circular objects.

Source

Personal communication of Prof. Dr. R. Wehner to Prof. N.I. Fisher, experiment described in

R. Wehner and M. Muller (1985) Does interocular transfer occur in visual navigation by ants? Nature, 315, 228-9.

See Also

N.I. Fisher (1993) Statistical analysis of circular data. Cambridge University Press. Pag. 244-245.

Examples

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data(fisherB10c)
res <- plot(fisherB10c$set1)
points(fisherB10c$set2, col=2, plot.info=res)
points(fisherB10c$set3, col=3, plot.info=res)

Example output

Attaching package: 'circular'

The following objects are masked from 'package:stats':

    sd, var

circular documentation built on May 1, 2019, 7:57 p.m.