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%A Yair, Wexler
%A Yoav, Benjamini
%A Ilan, Golani
%D 2018
%T Figure S4. Percentile-LOESS function estimates the growth in ascents' height from Vertical exploration and dimensional modularity in mice
%U https://rs.figshare.com/articles/Figure_S4_Percentile-LOESS_function_estimates_the_growth_in_ascents_height_from_Vertical_exploration_and_dimensional_modularity_in_mice/5966431
%R 10.6084/m9.figshare.5966431.v1
%2 https://rs.figshare.com/ndownloader/files/10695454
%K vertical
%K rearing
%K climbing
%K exploration
%K mice
%K modularity
%X Figure S4. Capturing the dynamics of growth using a 90th percentile-LOESS function, illustrated by the maximal height per ascent in a selected mouse (first 64 ascents). Scaled raw data of maximal height per ascent are coloured in grey and the percentile-LOESS function is coloured in red. The dashed black horizontal line represents the 80% threshold, and the orange vertical line represents the time (in ascents) to reach the 80% threshold. The dynamics of growth in height consist roughly of two stages - a stage of rearing episodes (ascents 1 to 32), followed by rapid growth in height, until eventually the mouse reaches the top of the wall.