Supporting information is any material that is relevant to your article but does not (or cannot) appear in the article itself. Examples of supplementary information are:
Please attach any files here that you feel would be of use to journal editors or readers when evaluating your paper.
Please note that the journal does not generally host supporting information but encourages the deposition of source data within open repositories. If you wish to publish any of this supporting information, we can provide guidance on appropriate repositories where it may be hosted and help link this to the journal publication. Please let the journal editors know if this is the case.
If the supporting information is referred to within the main article text, please clearly indicate which file is being referred to and, if available, the URL (or DOI) at which it can be found.
Supporting information files should use the following naming conventions: Supporting Text 1, Supporting Video S1, Supporting Audio 1 Supporting Figure S1, and so on.