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Datasets

EcologicalNetwork comes with a few datasets.

Unipartite networks

# EcologicalNetwork.stonyFunction.

Stony food web

stony()

Stony food web from Thompson & Townsend. This was sampled in a tussock grassland near Otago, New Zealand. Note that there is, in the original matrix, a species with no interactions. It is removed when generating the network.

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Bipartite networks

# EcologicalNetwork.ollertonFunction.

Fish-anemone interactions

From Ollerton et al. 2007

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# EcologicalNetwork.mcmullenFunction.

Plant-flower visitor interactions in the Galapagos

mcmullen()

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# EcologicalNetwork.robertsonFunction.

Pollination interactions

From Robertson 1927, in an agricultural area dominated by crops, with some natural forest and pasture.

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# EcologicalNetwork.bluthgenFunction.

Number of visits from Bluthgen et al XXX

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# EcologicalNetwork.katoFunction.

Kyoto University Forest of Ashu pollination network

kato()

Interaction strength is the mumber of plant visits by insects.

https://www.nceas.ucsb.edu/interactionweb/html/kato_1990.html

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# EcologicalNetwork.woodsFunction.

Lake of the Woods host-parasite data

Interactions content are prevalence.

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Network collections

# EcologicalNetwork.soilphagebacteriaFunction.

Soil-isolated phage-bacteria networks

soilphagebacteria(i::Int64=1)

Interactions are the impact of phage on the bacteria.

https://figshare.com/articles/Phage_bacteria_networks_isolated_in_soil/696102

Takes a positional argument i, indicating which network (from 1 to 5) to return.

Poisot, T., Lounnas, M., Hochberg, M.E., 2013. The structure of natural microbial enemy-victim networks. Ecological Processes 2, 1. doi:10.1186/2192-1709-2-13

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