README.md

compete

Analyzing head-to-head competitive interaction data

Author: James P. Curley,

Contributions: Jiayi Fu, Ke Shen & Ziheng Huang

Maintainer: James P. Curley

email: jc3181 AT columbia DOT edu

Installation
devtools::install_github('jalapic/compete')
Citation

Even though this package is in development, if you do use it in published research please cite it as:

Curley, J.P. 2016, compete: Analyzing Social Hierarchies: R package version 0.1

Functions

Published papers

This package was used in the following papers:

Pineda-Galindo E, Cedra-Molina AL, Mayagoitia-Novales L, Matamoros-Trejo G, de la O C, 2017, Biological Validataions of Fecal Glucocorticoid, Testosterone, and Progesterone Metabolite Measurements in Captive Stumptail Macaques (Macaca arctoides), Int J Primatol DOIL 10.1007/s10764-017-9992-7

See publication list of Curley Lab here for some examples.

So, N. et al. 2015, A Social Network Approach Reveals Associations between Mouse Social Dominance and Brain Gene Expression, PLOS ONE

Curley JP, 2016, Temporal Pairwise-Correlation Analysis Provides Empirical Support for Attention Hierarchies in Mice, Biology Letters

Williamson C, Lee W & Curley JP, 2016, Temporal Dynamics of Social Hierarchy Formation and Maintenance in Male Mice., Animal Behaviour.

Williamson CM, Franks B & Curley JP, 2016, Mouse Social Network Dynamics and Community Structure are Associated with Brain Plasticity-Related Gene Expression, Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 10:152.

Arseneau-Robara TJM et al., 2017, Intra- and interindividual differences in the costs and benefits of intergroup aggression in female vervet monkeys, Animal Behaviour 123:129–137.

Williamson CM, Romeo RD & Curley JP, 2017, Dynamic changes in social dominance and mPOA GnRH expression in male mice following social opportunity, Hormones & Behavior 87:80-88.

Williamson CM, Lee W, Romeo RD & Curley JP, 2017, Social context-dependent relationships between mouse dominance rank and plasma hormone levels. Physiology & Behavior.



jalapic/compete documentation built on Nov. 22, 2017, 2:10 a.m.