The problem and promise of scale in animal social multilayer networks. Robitaille, A. L., Webber, Q.M.R., Turner, J. W. & Vander Wal, E. Current Zoology.

Early life relationships matter: Social position during early life predicts fitness among female spotted hyenas. Turner, J. W., Robitaille, A. L., Bills, P. S., & Holekamp, K. E. Journal of Animal Ecology.

The ecology of individual differences empirically applied to space-use and movement tactics. Webber, Q.M.R., Laforge, M.P., Bonar, M., Robitaille, A.L., Hart, C., Zabihi-Seissan, S. & Vander Wal, E. The American Naturalist.


Conducting social network analysis with animal telemetry data: applications and methods using spatsoc. Robitaille, A.L., Webber, Q.M.R., & Vander Wal, E. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

Space use and social association in a gregarious ungulate: Testing the conspecific attraction and resource dispersion hypotheses. Peignier, M., Webber, Q.M.R., Koen, E.L., Laforge, M.P., Robitaille, A.L. & Vander Wal, E. Ecology and Evolution.


Detecting spatiotemporal groups in relocation data with spatsoc.. Robitaille, A.L., Webber, Q.M.R., & Vander Wal, E. Blog post for rOpenSci.