Data from: Measuring and interpreting sexual selection metrics - evaluation and guidelines

Nils Anthes, Ines K. Häderer, Nico K. Michiels & Tim Janicke
(1) Routine assessments of overall sexual selection, including comparisons of its direction and intensity between sexes or species, rely on summary metrics that capture the essence of sexual selection. Nearly all currently employed metrics require population-wide estimates of individual mating success and reproductive success. The resulting sexual selection metrics, however, can heavily and systematically vary with the chosen approaches in terms of sampling, measurement, and analysis. (2) Our review illustrates this variation using the Bateman...
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