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DESCRIPTION WOLF: Two 20x20 matrices

WOLFK non-symmetric, binary
WOLFN symmetric, valued.

WOLFI: One 20x4 matrix, valued.

BACKGROUND These data represent 3 months of interactions among a troop of monkeys, observed in the wild by Linda Wolfe as they sported by a river in Ocala, Florida. Joint presence at the river was coded as an interaction and these were summed within all pairs (WOLFN).

WOLFK indicates the putative kin relationships among the animals: 18 may be the granddaughter of 19. WOLFI contains four columns of information about the individual animals:  (1) ID number of the animal; (2) age in years; (3) sex; (4) rank in the troop.