Figure 5. | Habitat and social factors shape individual decisions and emergent group structure during baboon collective movement

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Habitat and social factors shape individual decisions and emergent group structure during baboon collective movement

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Princeton University, United States; Max Planck Institute for Ornithology, Germany; University of Konstanz, Germany; University of Oxford, United Kingdom; University of California, Davis, United States; Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Panama
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Download figureOpen in new tabFigure 5. At the group level, troop structure and movement changes based on roads and vegetation density.

(A) Two-dimensional histograms of the speed and polarization (top panel), spread and directedness (middle panel), and elongation and tilt (bottom panel) of the baboon troop across all data. Lighter areas represent more likely group configurations. (BC) Difference between the distributions within a given context and the overall distribution across all data. Redder areas represent group configurations that are over-represented within a given context (relative to the rest of the data), and bluer areas represent under-represented configurations. Each column represents a different context: (B) on-road and off-road, and (C) open, medium, and dense vegetation. See also Appendix 1—figures 1718 for the influence of path density and time of day respectively, as well as Appendix 1—figures 1922 for one-dimensional histograms of each group-level property within each context.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.19505.009