Supporting information for " Meta-analysis challenges a textbook example of status signalling and demonstrates publication bias"

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Description: This projects uses a meta-analytic approach to test the status signalling hypothesis in house sparrows.

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Supplementary material for: Sánchez-Tójar et al. 2018. Meta-analysis challenges a textbook example of status signalling and demonstrates publication bias. eLife: e37385 doi:10.7554/eLife.37385 When using any of the materials of this project, PLEASE CITE, along with the original publication: Sanchez-Tojar, A., Nakagawa, S., Sánchez-Fortún, M., Martin, D.M., Ramani, S., Girndt, A., Bókony, V., Kempe...

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