Supplement 1. Table of all data used in the meta-analysis.

2016-08-05T10:48:25Z (GMT) by Jarrett E. Byrnes John J. Stachowicz

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predobs_meta_a_data.csv

Description

Data used for predicted vs. observed values meta-analysis. See the main text for the method of collection and calculation. Columns list the following variables:
Reference-- The reference for the data point. See Appendix A for full citation.
Prey-- The type of prey in the experiment.
Units-- The units of consumption.
Interaction-- The type of interaction analyzed. If Intraspecific, then the test examines the effect of within species interactions. If Interspecific, then the test examines the effect of between species interactions.
Prediction Type-- The type of design (Additive or Replacement) used to calculate predicted values.
Predator(s)-- The predator species in the experiment.
Predicted-- The predicted value of consumption by a treatment. Checksum = 1897.269293.
Predicted-- SE The standard error of the predicted estimate. Checksum = 137.7424419.
Predicted N-- The sample size used to calculate the predicted estimate. Checksum = 508.
Observed-- The observed value of consumption by a treatment. Checksum = 1771.384667.
Observed SE-- The standard error of the observation. Checksum = 134.0304841.
Observed N-- The sample size of the observation. Checksum = 486.

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