Data from: From randomness to traplining: a framework for the study of routine movement behavior

Louise Riotte-Lambert, Simon Benhamou & Simon Chamaillé-Jammes
Memory allows many animals to benefit from the spatial predictability of their environment by revisiting known profitable places. Travel route optimization or resource acquisition constraints usually lead to repeated sequences of visits, which may have major evolutionary and ecological implications. However, the study of this behavior has been impaired by a lack of concepts and methodologies. We here formally define routine movement behavior, provide an index that quantifies the degree of repetitiveness in movement sequences...
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