Supplement 1. Raw data in comma-separated format.

2016-08-10T04:38:23Z (GMT) by John M. Drake
<h2>File List</h2><div> <p><a href="data.csv">data.csv</a> (MD5: eac4699fe882465f09cc1d7465164e7a)</p> </div><h2>Description</h2><div> <p>The file data.csv contains data on extinction time of 1,080 experimental populations. Six populations were accidentally destroyed (indicated by Days = −9999). Data columns include:</p> <p>1. Tube.ID – A unique identifier for each population</p> <p>2. Block – Block number</p> <p>3. Startno – The initial population size, either x0 = 3 or x0 = 18</p> <p>4. Start – Date population was initialized</p> <p>5. End – Date population was scored extinct</p> <p>6. Days – Duration of population persistence (extinction time) in days, i.e., End − Start</p> <p>7. Tetracycline – Indicator for tetracycline addition (0: No, 1: Yes)</p> </div>