Data from: Inferring predator-prey interactions in food webs

Justin Page Pomeranz, Ross M. Thompson, Timothée Poisot, Jon S. Harding & Justin P. F. Pomeranz
1. Food webs are a powerful way to represent the diversity, structure, and function of ecological systems. However, the accurate description of food webs requires significant effort in time and resources, limiting their widespread use in ecological studies. Newly published methods allow for the inference of feeding interactions using proxy variables. Here, we compare the accuracy of two recently described methods, as well as describe a composite model of the two, for the inference of...
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