coevolving-complexity-matching_phenotype_genetic_landscaping

Abstract

These data specifically pair genotypes from coevolved and evolved populations performing the same exact set of tasks. These data are used to generate Figure 10. 1. ReplicateEvo - The replicate population which the evolved genotype came from 2. ReplicateCoevo - The replicate population which the coevolved genotype came from 3. MatchingPhenotype - The phenotype that was matched between the evolved and coevolved treatments 4. Point_Decrease.Evo - The number of point mutations that decrease the number of tasks this evolved genotype performs 5. Point_Increase.Evo - The number of point mutations that increase the number of tasks this evolved genotype performs 6. Point_Neutral.Evo- The number of point mutations that change the identity of the tasks performed while keeping the number of tasks the same in the evolved genotype 7. Point_Viable.Evo - The number of point mutations that produce a viable genotype regardless of changes to phenotype for the evolved genotype 8. Point_Inviable.Evo - The number of point mutations that produce an inviable genotype for the evolved genotype 9. NumUniqueReachable.Evo - The number of unique phenotypes reachable by only single point mutations from the evolved genotype 10. Point_Decrease.Coevo - The number of point mutations that decrease the number of tasks this coevolved genotype performs 11. Point_Increase.Coevo - The number of point mutations that increase the number of tasks this coevolved genotype performs 12. Point_Neutral.Coevo - The number of point mutations that change the identity of the tasks performed while keeping the number of tasks the same in the coevolved genotype 13. Point_Viable.Coevo - The number of point mutations that produce a viable genotype regardless of changes to phenotype for the coevolved genotype 14. Point_Inviable.Coevo - The number of point mutations that produce an inviable genotype for the coevolved genotype 15. NumUniqueReachable.Coevo - The number of unique phenotypes reachable by only single point mutations from the coevolved genotyp

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