PLOS ONE publication data: How birds redirect their gaze with super-fast head saccades to transition between flight modes
The stored items contain tracking data of lovebirds performing a rapid turning on a dime flight maneuver. In addition, further analyzed data like the wingbeat kinematics and the gaze orientation are included. The data structure and name information is described in the Read_me_data_description.xlsx spread sheet.
All performed experiments have been approved by the related Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee before been conducted.
Provided data comes at Matlab *.mat files. Therefore, Matlab might be required to access the files.
The data is made available under the Creative Commons License for non commercial use only.
|Type of resource
|[ca. August 2012 - December 2014]
|van Bokhorst, Evelien
|Department of Mechanical Engineering Stanford University
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- Preferred Citation
- Kress, Daniel and van Brokhorst, Evelien and Lentink, David. (2012-2014). PLOS ONE publication data: How birds redirect their gaze with super-fast head saccades to transition between flight modes. Stanford Digital Repository. Available at: http://purl.stanford.edu/wd014bk4606
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