Data from: Composite collective decision making

Tomer J. Czaczkes, Benjamin Czaczkes, Carolin Iglhaut & Jürgen Heinze
Individual animals are adept at making decisions and have cognitive abilities, such as memory, which allow them to hone their decisions. Social animals can also share information. This allows social animals to make adaptive group-level decisions. Both individual and collective decision-making systems also have drawbacks and limitations, and while both are well studied, the interaction between them is still poorly understood. Here, we study how individual and collective decision-making interact during ant foraging. We first...
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