Mating preference of frogs
A matrix with 9 columns representing different mating calls, and 36 rows, representing the results of repeated pairwise preference tests.
frogs.matrix is a 9-by-9 matrix with rows and columns
corresponding to 9 stimuli presented to a female frog. Entry
$(i,j)$ corresponds to the number of times the frog preferred
frogs is a 36-by-9 matrix with each row corresponding
to a pair of distinct stimuli [$36=9*(9-1)/2$]; if a row has
NA columns $i$ and $j$, the its entries show the
number of times the frog preferred stimulus $i$ or stimulus
The first form may be converted to the second using function
as.pairwise(). Note that the square matrix may have
entries off the main diagonal (some pairs did not meet).
purum.Rd for another mating preference dataset.
- Kirkpatrick M, Rand AS, Ryan MJ (2006). Mate Choice Rules in Animals, Animal Behaviour, 71, 1215--1225
- Ryan MJ, Rand AS (2003). Sexual Selection in Female Perceptual Space: How Female Tungara Frogs Perceive and Respond to Complex Population Variation in Acoustic Mating Signals Evolution, 57(11), 2608--2618