Species: Gasterosteus aculeatus
Taxonomic class: Actinopterygii
Population type: captive
Geographical location: St. Andrews, UK
Data collection technique: video
Interaction type: group membership
Definition of interaction: A pair of individuals were classed as shoaling if they were within four body lengths of one another from head to head. Gambit of the group approach was then used to assume that a string of fish connected by less than two body lengths were all assumed to be associating with one another.
Edge weight type: frequency
Total duration of data collection: 120 min
Time resolution of data collection (within a day): 6 min
Time span of data collection (within a day): 120 min
Note: Networks represent social data collected from seven replicate groups of fish
list of igraph objects
Atton, N., et al. "Familiarity affects social network structure and discovery of prey patch locations in foraging stickleback shoals." Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 281.1789 (2014): 20140579.