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Appendix S1. Additional information on the Kanyawara chimpanzee community.

Appendix S2. Rank categorization of study subjects.

Appendix S3. Supplementary information on statistical analyses.

Appendix S4. Discussion of how fruit availability or presence of sick chimpanzees might affect network structure.

Table S1. Stability of networks across 2-week to month time steps.

Table S2. Effect of social factors on pairwise associations (PAIs) in party networks using 2-week time steps.

Table S3. Effect of social factors on party and 5 m-association network centrality measures using 2-week time steps.

Table S4. Individual trait data for study subjects (N = 37).

Table S5. Effect of social factors on within-party association indices (WPAIs) with best-fit model using monthly time steps.

Table S6. P-values for post-hoc tests of rank and centrality in party and 5 m-association networks.

Table S7. Effect of social factors on party and 5 m-association network centrality measures (full table).

Figure S1. Histogram of observation effort across individuals.

Figure S2. Monthly party association networks.

Figure S3. Stability of party association networks over time.

Figure S4. Monthly 5 m association networks.

Figure S5. Overall degree distributions of all individuals (N = 37) across all study months.

Figure S6. Degree distributions for all individuals (N = 37) broken down by month.

Figure S7. Degree distributions for observed individuals broken down by month.

Figure S8. Goodness of fit for monthly party and within-party association models.

Figure S9. Estimated effects of rank and family size on centrality measures.

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