|Quartiles of the behavioral responses to advertisement calls and their loadings on the principal components|
|25||50||75||Component 1||Component 2||Component 3|
|Latency to leave bottle area||114.00||214.00||673.00||0.870||0.148||0.051|
|Latency to box area||136.25||376.50||673.00||0.869||0.231||0.127|
|Duration in bottle area||483.00||652.00||813.63||0.841||0.137||0.183|
|Latency to speaker area||697.13||1420.50||1500.00||0.735||−0.585||−0.101|
|Latency to box||340.00||890.50||1465.88||0.722||0.342||0.487|
|Duration look to speaker||18.25||33.50||61.50||0.628||−0.055||−0.614|
|Duration in box||14.50||221.00||407.75||−0.580||−0.441||−0.367|
|Duration in speaker area||0.00||63.50||218.00||−0.716||0.591||0.183|
|Duration in box area||115.13||185.75||299.13||−0.513||0.539||−0.291|
|Latency to look to speaker||22.50||144.00||295.38||−0.266||−0.528||0.687|
|Duration look to box||0.00||13.75||21.25||−0.518||−0.148||0.480|
Components 1, 2, and 3 are 47%, 15%, and 15% percent of the variation, respectively.
Behavioral variables that correlated highly (<−0.5 or >0.5) with component 2 are in bold. Frequency is measured in Herz and time is in frames (resolution of 25 frames/s).
Kessler et al.
Kessler et al. BMC Ecology 2012 12:26 doi:10.1186/1472-6785-12-26