APPENDIX 1.

Anisotropy and complexity for each ewe and for each case study. Click to download zipped PDF of Appendices.

APPENDIX 2.

Two-way repeated measures ANOVA on Asfc and epLsar between dietary groups and between different positions on the shearing facet. Significant p -values are highlighted in bold. Click to download zipped PDF of Appendices.

APPENDIX 3.

Two-way repeated measures ANOVA on Asfc and epLsar between dietary groups and between different positions on the shearing facet. Significant p-values are highlighted in bold. Click to download zipped PDF of Appendices.

APPENDIX 4.

Example of a randomized dataset simulating a fossil sample for which all molar positions are considered. Complexity (Asfc) and anisotropy (epLsar) are measured on disto-labial protoconid facets on lower molars and mesiolingual paracone facets on upper molars. Click to download zipped PDF of Appendices.

APPENDIX 5.

Means of complexity (Asfc) and anisotropy (epLsar) for the three simulated dietary groups (with n = 10) for each of 1000 iterations (see material and methods for details). Click to download zipped PDF of Appendices.

APPENDIX 6.

Means of complexity (Asfc) and anisotropy (epLsar) for the three simulated dietary groups (with n = 20) for each of 1000 iterations (see material and methods for details). Click to download zipped PDF of Appendices.

APPENDIX 7.

Means of complexity (Asfc) and anisotropy (epLsar) for the three simulated dietary groups (with n = 30) for each of 1000 iterations (see Material and Methods for details). Click to download zipped PDF of Appendices.

APPENDIX 8.

Differences between the three dietary groups for each of the 1000 iterations and for N = 10 are explored through ANOVAs after rank transformation of the data. Click to download zipped PDF of Appendices.

APPENDIX 9.

Differences between the three dietary groups for each of the 1000 iterations and for N = 20 are explored through ANOVAs after rank transformation of the data. Click to download zipped PDF of Appendices.

APPENDIX 10.

Differences between the three dietary groups for each of the 1000 iterations and for N = 30 are explored through ANOVAs after rank transformation of the data. Click to download zipped PDF of Appendices.