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Data For: Gangloff et al. Behavioral metrics and hierarchical movement modeling reveal patterns of within and among variation at different time scales in neonate garter snakes (Thamnophis elegans)

posted on 2022-03-30, 19:33 authored by Anne BronikowskiAnne Bronikowski, Eric Gangloff, Vianey Leos-Barajas, Gabriel Demuth, Haozhe Zhang, Clint D. Kelly

These data result from behavioral experiments on captive-born neonate garter snakes to test for drivers of variation in movement patterns, habituation, and defensive behaviors. "Gangloffetal2021_BehaviorData.csv" includes data from snake behavioral trials, including tongue-flick rate, movement speed, escape latency, and area explored. "Gangloffetal2021_MovementData.csv" provides fine-scale movement data from the open field test portion of the behavioral trials. Please see the Readme file for a description of each column in the datafiles.


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