Data set to support Ph.D Dissertation: Plant-Pollinator Interactions in an Ecological and Evolutionary Context: The Promising Role of 3D-Printing Technology and Mathematical Modeling
Campos, Eric Octavio
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table of the number of artificial flowers that were emptied (exploited) by a hawkmoth during each foraging trial. original raw data files from the infrared sensors attached to each artificial flower csv files of x,y coordinates from a custom automated moth flight-tracking program that I employed for my dissertation research video annotation data for an individual foraging trial. The data takes for form of a table where each row represents an individual visit to an artificial flower by the pollinator (hawkmoth). For each flower visit, I record the frame at which the visit begins and the frame at which it end. Frame rate is also provided to allow the calculation of visit durations. Also recorded is a code numeral representing the flower morph that was visited. The key for the numeral code is also provided.
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