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journal contributionposted on 23.05.2017 by Brendan J. Barrett, Richard L. McElreath, Susan E. Perry
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Techniques observed during experiment. Rows are unique individuals, from older (top) to younger (bottom). X-axis is event time. Each color represents a processing technique. Circles indicate successes. X indicate failures. The most successful technique in red (canine seam) diffused to older members of the population. Younger individuals did not use canine seam, had more failed attempts, and fewer processing attempts. Points are raw data.