Abstract: Investigating the reproductive consequences of consanguinity in historical Krummhörn, we show social-group specific associations with correlates for fertility and breeding success like the risk of permanent grandchildlessness. While the proportion of mothers, for which not any birth of a grandchild has been documented at all is much lower among socioeconomically privileged farmers, they will even have more often have at least one grandchild born in this population if married consanguineously.
UPDATE: Given Datacamp’s catastrophic handling in the case of one of their managers sexual harassement of one of their employees, I would strongly advise against supporting this company any longer. DataCamp quietly published a "community" post today, in which they admit an executive sexually assaulted ("uninvited physical contact") an employee. https://t.co/RHbqx7AsXZ #Python #rstats #datascience #MeToo
— just moomin 🏳️🌈🏴 (@no_reply) April 4, 2019 However, since I am still very thankful to the author of Phyllotaxis for what I have learned, I will leave this post as it is.