Data from: Inferring species interactions in ecological communities: a comparison of methods at different levels of complexity

Francesco Carrara, Andrea Giometto, Mathew Seymour, Andrea Rinaldo & Florian Altermatt
1. Natural communities commonly contain many different species and functional groups, and multiple types of species interactions act simultaneously, such as competition, predation, commensalism or mutualism. However, experimental and theoretical investigations have generally been limited by focusing on one type of interaction at a time or by a lack of a common methodological and conceptual approach to measure species interactions. 2. We compared four methods to measure and express species interactions. These approaches are, with...
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