Social heuristics drive network dynamics that support cooperation in a real-world system - datasets (experimental data)
University of Exeter
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Temporary embargo; unpublished data - sumitted for publication.
Two datasets: 1) Dataset from an experiment run with female Poecilia reticulata to test for the existence of a 'Walk Away' strategy. The spreadsheet contains information on the condition (control vs experimental), the treatment (cooperation vs defection), the diet of the stimulus shoal (bloodworm vs Daphnia) and the proportion of time spent shoaling with an unfamiliar shoal for each focal fish (row label) (Fig. 1). 2) Dataset from an agent-based simulation model run to test for the ability of a 'Walk Away' rule to generate assortment by cooperative phenotype in a population consisting of 90 agents, 45 obligate co-operators and 45 obligate defectors (Figs. 2 and 3). The workbook contains three sheets: a) matrix of agent interactions with a walk away rule imposed; b) matrix of interactions in a nuetral model and c) agent phenotypes and thresholds by agent ID.
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