# chapter11

## Data for Chapter 11 — Inference for a normal population

Here are the data sets used in Chapter 11 of the 2nd edition of The Analysis of Biological Data in .csv (comma-separated) format. Most data sets used in the book are grabbed from graphs and tables in papers, and the values may not be exact.

Examples:

Example 11.2. Stalk-eyed flies
Data provided by Sam Cotton and Kevin Fowler, University College, London.

Example 11.3. Human body temperature
Shoemaker, A. L. 1996. Journal of Statistics Education 4 (2).

Problems:

Problem 11.01. Range shifts with climate change
Chen, I-C., J. K. Hill, R. Ohlemüller, D. B. Roy, and C,. D. Thomas. 2011. Science 333:1024-1026.

Problem 11.6. Wolf jaws
Whitlock, M. 1996. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B 263:849-853.

Problem 11.13. Syrup swimming
Gettelfinger, B., and E. L. Cussler. 2004. AIChE Journal 50:2646-2647.

Problem 11.16. Dolphins clockwise
Stafne, G. M., and P. R. Manger. 2004. Physiology & Behavior 82:919-926.

Problem 11.17. Koala bellows
Charlton, B. D., W. A. H. Ellis, J. Brumm, K. Nilsson, and W. T. Fitch. 2012. Animal Behaviour 84: 1565-1571.

Problem 11.18. Stickleback preferences
McKinnon, J. S., et al. 2004. Nature 429:294-298.

Problem 11.21. Hurricanes and soil lead
Zahran, S., H. W. Mielke, C. R. Gonzales, E. T. Powell, and S. Weiler. 2010. Environmental Science and Technology 44:4433–4440.

Problem 11.22. Hurricanes and blood lead
Zahran, S., H. W. Mielke, C. R. Gonzales, E. T. Powell, and S. Weiler. 2010. Environmental Science and Technology 44:4433–4440.

Problem 11.24. Walking in circles
Souman, J. L., I. Frissen, M. N. Sreenivasa, and M. O. Ernst. 2009. Current Biology 19: 1-5.

Problem 11.25. Sloth inner ears
Billet, G., et al. 2012. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 279: 3932–3939.