Data for cricket personality in the wild and the lab
data set for lab-wild analysis: shyness (17.52Kb) data set for lab-wild analysis: activity and exploration (23.47Kb) laboratory behaviour data set. (29.03Mb) data set for wild analysis: shyness (91.85Kb) data set for wild analysis: activity and exploration (400.3Kb) data set for lab-wild bivariate analysis: shyness (40.15Kb) data set for lab-wild bivariate analysis: activity and exploration (148.9Kb) R code to reproduce all analyses (13.26Kb)Show MoreShow Less
Proceedings of the Royal Society, B
The Royal Society
Reason for embargo
This data can be used to estimate lifespan of the crickets. However, we are still planning to publish using more exact lifespan data we have collected ourselves. Therefore the embargo is in place to allow us to publish on cricket lifespan ourselves
Full data set to repeat analysis in the paper: "Behaviour in captivity predicts some aspects of natural behaviour, but not others, in a wild cricket population" available at http://hdl.handle.net/10871/19757, where behavioural measures made on a population of wild field crickets both in the wild and the laboratory were compared.
Text files and R code to upload into R for analysis.