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Appendix S1. Description of the simulation functions.

Table S1. A list of studies that have used random regression models to test for variation in reaction norm components in wild animal populations.

Figure S1. Reaction norms for five different individuals illustrating existence of random intercepts (I) and random slopes (IxE).

Figure S2. Variation of the ‘variance partition coefficient’ (τx, an environment-specific repeatability) with environmental conditions (X) according to different intercept-slope correlation (rIS).

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