Data & Code

Disclaimer, fair use, attribution: Data provided here was originally collected or compiled from other sources by John Drake or other members of the Drake lab. Original papers should be referred to for research methods and details about data collection. These data and codes are provided, unwarranted, to be used for any purpose provided that proper acknowledgement is made, generally by citing the paper(s) in which the research was originally reported. For data or code pertaining to any paper not provided here, please contact the lead author. See also the lab’s Publications page.

  • Zokan, M.A., A.M. Kramer, & J.M. Drake. 2017. Data from: Zooplankton species diversity in the temporary wetland system of the Savannah River Site, South Carolina, USA. Ph.D. thesis, Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia. Dryad Digital Repository. [data]
  • Dallas, T. 2016. Data and code to reproduce Dallas et al. 2016 “Ordination obscures the influence of environment on plankton metacommunity structure”. Figshare. [data & code]
  • Han, B.A., J.P. Schmidt, S.E. Bowden, & J.M. Drake. 2015. Data from: Rodent reservoirs of future zoonotic diseases. Dryad Digital Repository. [data]
  • Drake, J.M., & B.D. Griffen. 2015. Data from: Early warning signals of extinction in deteriorating environments. Dryad Digital Repository. [data]
  • Drake, J.M., R.B. Kaul, L.W. Alexander, S.M. O’Regan, A.M. Kramer, J.T. Pulliam, M.J. Ferrari, & A.W. Park. 2015. Data from: Ebola cases and health system demand in Liberia. Dryad Digital Repository. [data & code]
  • Barton, H., P. Rohani, D. Stallknecht, J. Brown & J.M. Drake. 2014. Data from: Subtype diversity and reassortment potential for co-circulating avian influenza viruses at a diversity hot spot. Dryad Digital Repository. [data & code]
  • Drake, J.M. & B.D. Griffen. 2013. Data from: Experimental demonstration of accelerated extinction in source-sink metapopulations. Dryad Digital Repository. [data & code]
  • Schmidt, J.P., P.R. Stephens, & J.M. Drake. Two sides of the same coin? Rare and invasive plants native to North America. [data: range size analysis] [data: rarity analysis]
  • Schmidt, J.P., M. Springborn, & J.M. Drake. 2012. Bioeconomic forecasting of invasive species by ecological syndrome. [data & code for weed species] [data & code for noxious species]
  • Drake, J.M., J. Shapiro, & B.D. Griffen. 2011. Experimental demonstration of a two-phase extinction hazard. [data & code]
  • Drake, J.M. & B.D. Griffen. 2009. The speed of expansion and decline in experimental populations. [data & code]
  • Drake, J.M. & D.M. Lodge. 2007. Rate of species introductions in the Great Lakes via ships’ ballast water and sediments. [data: salinity] [data description]
  • Costello, C., J.M. Drake, & D.M. Lodge. 2007. Evaluating an invasive species policy: ballast water exchange in the Great Lakes. Ecological Applications 17:655-662. [data: ship traffic] [data: non-indigenous animal species]
  • Drake, J.M. 2006. Extinction times in experimental populations. [description] [data] [code]
  • Drake, J.M. 2006. Heterosis, the catapault effect, and establishment success of a colonizing bird. [data]
  • Drake, J.M., P. Baggenstos, & D.M. Lodge. 2005. Propagule pressure and persistence in experimental populations. [data: extinction time] [data: population size] [code]
  • Drake, J.M & D.M. Lodge. 2004. Global hotspots of biological invasions: evaluating options for ballast-water management. [data: matrix pairwise flows] [data: port locations] [metadata]