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Highest variable loadings for discriminant functions assigning notes to individual white-winged vampire bats.

By Gerald G. Carter (319383), Ryane Logsdon (319384), Bryan D. Arnold (319385), Angelica Menchaca (319386) and Rodrigo A. Medellin (319387)


a<p>This dataset is missing values for frequencies at 20,30,40,70, and 80% into notes 1 and 2. Interval between notes (ms) is an additional variable.</p><p>For each discriminant function, the 5 variables with the highest pooled within-colony correlations with the standardized discriminant functions are shown.</p

Topics: Physics, Neuroscience, Evolutionary Biology, Mathematics, loadings, discriminant, functions, assigning, notes, white-winged, vampire
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0038791.t006
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