Predictions based on the joint posterior distributions of model parameters, against values observed in the raw data for the number of visits (a, b), the number of gamete releases (c, d) and the number of offspring (e, f) for brown trout males (a, c, e) and females (b, d, f). For each panel, solid lines indicate the mean of each variable, and the dashed line has intercept zero and slope one, which would correspond to a perfect correspondence between observed and predicted values.

  Part of: Gauthey Z, Tentelier C, Lepais O, Elosegi A, Royer L, Glise S, Labonne J (2017) With our powers combined: integrating behavioral and genetic data to estimate mating success and sexual selection. Rethinking Ecology 2: 1-26.