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  • Archiving primary data: solutions for long-term studies 

    Mills, JA; Teplitsky, C; Arroyo, B; Charmantier, A; Becker, PH; Birkhead, TR; Bize, P; Blumstein, DT; Bonenfant, C; Boutin, S; Bushuev, A; Cam, E; Cockburn, A; Côté, SD; Coulson, JC; Daunt, F; Dingemanse, NJ; Doligez, B; Drummond, H; Espie, RH; Festa-Bianchet, M; Frentiu, F; Fitzpatrick, JW; Furness, RW; Garant, D; Gauthier, G; Grant, PR; Griesser, M; Gustafsson, L; Hansson, B; Harris, MP; Jiguet, F; Kjellander, P; Korpimäki, E; Krebs, CJ; Lens, L; Linnell, JD; Low, M; McAdam, A; Margalida, A; Merilä, J; Møller, AP; Nakagawa, S; Nilsson, JÅ; Nisbet, IC; van Noordwijk, AJ; Oro, D; Pärt, T; Pelletier, F; Potti, J; Pujol, B; Réale, D; Rockwell, RF; Ropert-Coudert, Y; Roulin, A; Sedinger, JS; Swenson, JE; Thébaud, C; Visser, ME; Wanless, S; Westneat, DF; Wilson, Alastair J.; Zedrosser, A (Elsevier (Cell Press), 2015-10)
    The recent trend for journals to require open access to primary data included in publications has been embraced by many biologists, but has caused apprehension amongst researchers engaged in long-term ecological and ...
  • The repeatability of cognitive performance: a meta-analysis 

    Cauchoix, M; Chow, PKY; van Horik, JO; Atance, CM; Barbeau, EJ; Barragan-Jason, G; Bize, P; Boussard, A; Buechel, SD; Cabirol, A; Cauchard, L; Claidière, N; Dalesman, S; Devaud, JM; Didic, M; Doligez, B; Fagot, J; Fichtel, C; Henke-von der Malsburg, J; Hermer, E; Huber, L; Huebner, F; Kappeler, PM; Klein, S; Langbein, J; Langley, EJG; Lea, SEG; Lihoreau, M; Lovlie, H; Matzel, LD; Nakagawa, S; Nawroth, C; Oesterwind, S; Sauce, B; Smith, E; Sorato, E; Tebbich, S; Wallis, LJ; Whiteside, MA; Wilkinson, A; Chaine, AS; Morand-Ferron, J (Royal Society, The, 2018-08-13)
    Behavioural and cognitive processes play important roles in mediating an individual's interactions with its environment. Yet, while there is a vast literature on repeatable individual differences in behaviour, relatively ...
  • Solutions for archiving data in long-term studies: a reply to Whitlock et al. 

    Mills, JA; Teplitsky, C; Arroyo, B; Charmantier, A; Becker, PH; Birkhead, TR; Bize, P; Blumstein, DT; Bonenfant, C; Boutin, S; Bushuev, A; Cam, E; Cockburn, A; Côté, SD; Coulson, JC; Daunt, F; Dingemanse, NJ; Doligez, B; Drummond, H; Espie, RHM; Festa-Bianchet, M; Frentiu, FD; Fitzpatrick, JW; Furness, RW; Gauthier, G; Grant, PR; Griesser, M; Gustafsson, L; Hansson, B; Harris, MP; Jiguet, F; Kjellander, P; Korpimäki, E; Krebs, CJ; Lens, L; Linnell, JDC; Low, M; McAdam, A; Margalida, A; Merilä, J; Møller, AP; Nakagawa, S; Nilsson, J-Å; Nisbet, ICT; van Noordwijk, AJ; Oro, D; Pärt, T; Pelletier, F; Potti, J; Pujol, B; Réale, D; Rockwell, RF; Ropert-Coudert, Y; Roulin, A; Thébaud, C; Sedinger, JS; Swenson, JE; Visser, ME; Wanless, S; Westneat, DF; Wilson, Alastair J.; Zedrosser, A (Elsevier (Cell Press), 2016-01-07)
    In our recent paper we discussed some potential undesirable consequences of public data archiving (PDA) with specific reference to long-term studies and proposed solutions to manage these issues. We reaffirm our commitment ...