Do golden snub-nosed monkeys use deceptive alarm calls during competition for food?

Published: 6 February 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/fthm2fnc24.1
Contributors:
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He Zhang,
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Rong Hou,
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Xiduo Hou,
Kang Huang,

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File S1. Total.xlsx, the raw dataset including: alarm call records, OMU enter and leave records, agonistic interactions, initial family structure, individual dispersal records and feeding bout information. File S2. AlarmData.exe, the program (with its C# source code) to analyze the raw dataset. File S3. Alarm.m, the MATLAB video processing program. File S4. App1.R, the R code to analyze the distribution of RRDA rates in different seasons (violin plot). File S5. App2.R, the R code to analyze the influencing factors of RRDA rate by Poisson GLMM. File S6. App3.m, the MATLAB code to test whether RRDA intensity is a function of time by Poisson intensity regression. File S7. App4.R, the R code to analyze the influencing factors of RRDA escape and response rates by Logistic GLMM. File S8. Food.mp4, a video of an adult female (MB) used the ‘chuck’ calls to gain foods recorded at 16:09 Dec 24th, 2020. File S9. FigS9.m, the MATLAB code to compare two alarm calls (plotting waveform, spectrogram and spectrum). File S10. Cutoff.m, the MATLAB program to choose the optimal model and cut-off for response alarms.

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Northwest University

Categories

Zoology, Animal Behavior, Ethology, Primatology

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