Data from: Network structure and the optimisation of proximity-based association criteria

Ana Cristina Gomes, Neeltje Boogert & Gonçalo Cardoso
Animal social network analysis (SNA) often uses proximity data obtained from automated tracking of individuals. Identifying associations based on proximity requires deciding on quantitative criteria such as the maximum distance or the longest time interval between visits of different individuals to still consider them associated. These quantitative criteria are not easily chosen based on a priori biological arguments alone. Here we propose a procedure for optimising proximity-based association criteria in SNA, whereby different spatial and...
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