Data for Social benefits of non-kin food sharing by female vampire bats

2015-10-18T20:55:09Z (GMT) by Gerald Carter
<p>Data for "Social benefits of non-kin food sharing by female vampire bats" in Proceedings B by Gerald Carter and Gerald Wilkinson. Explanations of variable names (columns): </p> <p>1. subject= subject bat house name</p> <p>2. targeted donor= paired targeted donor house name</p> <p>3. kin= yes or no for targeted donor</p> <p>4. pre targeted donor= seconds of food sharing from targeted donor during pre-treatment.</p> <p>5. pre all= same as above from all donor durings pre-treatment.</p> <p>6. trt targeted donor= seconds of food sharing from targeted donor during treatment rounds 1 2 and 3.</p> <p>7. trt1 all= seconds of food sharing from all donors during treatment round1.</p> <p>8. trt2 all= same as above during treatment round 2.</p> <p>9. trt3 all= same as above during treatment round 2.</p> <p>10. trt total= total seconds food sharing during treatment rounds</p> <p>11. post targeted donor= seconds food sharing from targeted donor during post-treatment</p> <p>12. post all= seconds food sharing from all donors during post-treatment</p> <p>13. subject age (years)</p> <p>14. times fasted= number of times bat was fasted then observed to generate the remaining variables below</p> <p>15. female kin previously_fed</p> <p>16. female non-kin previously_fed</p> <p>17. females previously_fed</p> <p>18. male kin previously_fed</p> <p>19. male non-kin previously_fed</p> <p>10. long-term donors= number of bats that have previously fed the subject</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>