Mean preference for compass direction of a dish with snacks of the first choice.
figureposted on 2021-01-28, 18:54 authored by Jana Adámková, Kateřina Benediktová, Jan Svoboda, Luděk Bartoš, Lucie Vynikalová, Petra Nováková, Vlastimil Hart, Michael S. Painter, Hynek Burda
Angular means over dogs preferring to turn clockwise, those preferring to turn counterclockwise, dogs which were irresolute in their preference, and over all dogs. The arrow indicates the grand mean axial vector (μ) calculated over all angular means. The length of the mean vector (r) provides a measure of the degree of clustering in the distribution of the mean vectors. The inner circle marks the 0.05 level of significance border of the Rayleigh test. See Table 2 for statistics.