Description Usage Format Details

A win-loss sociomatrix with each row being the number of wins against individual bonobos in each column.

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A data frame with 20 rows and 20 variables:

- a
The number of losses by caribou a against all other caribou

- b
The number of losses by caribou b against all other caribou

- c
The number of losses by caribou c against all other caribou

- d
The number of losses by caribou d against all other caribou

- e
The number of losses by caribou e against all other caribou

- f
The number of losses by caribou f against all other caribou

- g
The number of losses by caribou g against all other caribou

- h
The number of losses by caribou h against all other caribou

- i
The number of losses by caribou i against all other caribou

- j
The number of losses by caribou j against all other caribou

- k
The number of losses by caribou k against all other caribou

- l
The number of losses by caribou l against all other caribou

- m
The number of losses by caribou m against all other caribou

- n
The number of losses by caribou n against all other caribou

- o
The number of losses by caribou o against all other caribou

- p
The number of losses by caribou p against all other caribou

- q
The number of losses by caribou q against all other caribou

- r
The number of losses by caribou r against all other caribou

- s
The number of losses by caribou s against all other caribou

- t
The number of losses by caribou t against all other caribou

Reference: Barrette, C. & Vandal, D. 1986. Social rank, dominance, antler size, and access to food in snow-bound wild woodland caribou. Behaviour, 97, 118-146.

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