Castillo, DM, AK Gibson, and LC Moyle. 2016. Assortative mating and self-fertilization differ in their contributions to reinforcement, cascade speciation, and diversification. Current Zoology 62(2):169-181. doi.org/10.1093/cz/zow004
Assortative mating and self-fertilization differ in their contributions to reinforcement, cascade speciation, and diversification.
The data are stored in two formats: a single EXCEL 2010 file with two worksheets (one for each phase of data collection) and two csv files (one for each phase of data collection; data are identical to those in the corresponding Excel file worksheets). A Codebook (pdf format) describes the variables in detail.
Study population is described in: Bedwell RM, Spielvogel H, Bellido D, Vitzthum VJ. 2017. "Factors influencing the use of biomedical health care by rural Bolivian anemic women: structural barriers, reproductive status, gender roles, and concepts of anemia." PLOS ONE (in press).
All data are organized and named after their figure numbers in the main text or the supplemental information. The .txt files contain xyz coordinates for all computationally optimized geometries of chemical structures. The .csv files contain other raw data associated with the figures in the main text, in which labels of the x and y axes are also described.
Please direct any questions regarding the data, data collection, methods used in the administration of this survey and/or the summarization of responses provided in this document (or the corresponding report) to Julie Wernert at Indiana University, firstname.lastname@example.org.