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Table 2 Statistical tests of differences in turning angle for habitat vs matrix and FRAG vs AGGREG.

From: Quantitative analysis of changes in movement behaviour within and outside habitat in a specialist butterfly

Test I: Uniform vs unimodal distribution with mean m = 0: R (P)
  FRAG AGGREG Pooled
Habitat 0.195 (0.0002) 0.196 (< 0.0001) 0.196 (< 0.0001)
Matrix 0.509 (< 0.0001) 0.533 (< 0.0001) 0.516 (< 0.0001)
Test II: Symmetrical distribution around 0: W+ (P)
  FRAG AGGREG Pooled
Habitat -0.207 (0.836) 1.442 (0.149) 1.009 (0.313)
Matrix 0.295 (0.768) 0.900 (0.368) 0.797 (0.425)
Test III: Goodness-of-fit for von Mises distribution: U2 (P)
  FRAG AGGREG Pooled
Habitat 0.045 (0.200) 0.056 (0.100) 0.039 (0.300)
Matrix 0.032 (> 0.500) 0.094 (0.035) 0.036 (> 0.500)
Test IV: von Mises mean m = 0: E n (P)
  FRAG AGGREG Pooled
Habitat -0.775 (0.438) -0.605 (0.545) -0.929 (0.353)
Matrix 0.609 (0.542) -0.652 (0.514) 0.174 (0.862)
Test V: Equality of von Mises concentrations K: f r (P)
  FRAG AGGREG Pooled
Habitat 0.127 (0.722) 10.821 (< 0.0001)
Matrix 0.132 (0.725)  
  1. Note: Test numbers refer to Table 5, where more details on tests and references are available. Legend of table content is given in corresponding test title.