Contributors: Md. Ashabur Rahman
... In this study, two questions have answered regarding the role of NGOs in protecting and ensuring human rights in Bangladesh; one is human rights activities of the NGOs and the other is legal aid services provided by the NGOs. In view of the questions the objective was formulated to discuss legal aid services, human rights activities and legal awareness events provided by the national and international organizations for protecting and ensuring human rights in Bangladesh. The data shows the challenges for NGOs to uphold human rights, barriers to provide legal aid, other legal matters relating to human rights and the initiatives of the government to uphold human rights. Both qualitative and quantitative approaches are used in this research work. For the purpose of collecting authentic data, direct conversation with the concerned authority is done. Therefore, the noteworthy finding is that the NGOs can play a proactive role to uphold human rights through public interest litigation where government fails to the respond quickly which can be helpful for the government.
Data for: Bayesian estimation of sensitivity and specificity of systematic thoracic ultrasound exam for diagnosis of bovine respiratory disease in pre-weaned calves
Contributors: Julie Berman, Simon Dufour, Sébastien Buczinski, David Francoz
... There are two types of file: - The main Bayesian model (data, script, init 1 2 and 3, Model) - The STARD-BLCM-Checklist
Contributors: Ana Cristina Garcia, Adriana Vivacqua
... Ontology created with WebProtege. # BM-Ontology Ontology for mechanical pump failure diagnostics The BM_Ontology is a domain ontology for root cause analysis of rod sucker pump systems in the Onshore Oil production. The actual ontology is proprietary so we cannot display the entire ontology with the instances and business rules. On the other hand, we included part of the ontology that is public domain and that is also part of the actual domain ontology. Hopefully, it serves as a starting point for others to work. The sample ontology is available in OWL. We used WebProtege to build it and exported in owl.
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Contributors: Wei Yao, Przemyslaw Polewski
... Dear users, please refer to toc.txt for the detailed description and information of the data files. thanks and regards
Supporting Information for: Estimating net biomass production and loss from repeated measurements of trees in forests and woodlands: formulae, biases and recommendations
Contributors: Takashi KOHYAMA, Douglas Sheil, Tetsuo Kohyama
... Supporting Information. R code for urnover rate calculation We provide these available on web: R code “prod.r” for calculating simple (Eqs (5)–(6)), instantaneous (Eqs (1)–(2)), and species-structured instantaneous turnover rates (Eqs (18)–(19)), with sample data “greenTunnel.txt” for 1996 and 2015 censuses of 4-ha plot in Tomakomai primary mixed forest.
Voice samples and phoneme representations of commands according to script tree voice interaction model for the system of dispatch control of vehicle traffic
Contributors: Ivan Naydonov
... Voice data of 23 different speakers (11 women and 12 men) were gathered for the experimental validation of the effectiveness of the developed methods. These persons dictated 64 responses present in the script tree using different variants of command formulations.
Data for: Inter-boundary comparison between Bass Strait and southeastern Tasmania reveals taxon-specific effects of phylogeographic determinants in marine Mollusca
Contributors: Donald Colgan
... Supplementary Table 1 shows the variable positions in the deduced haplotypes of the ATPSalpha intron. The COI_Accessions_Registrations_Field.fsa file contains the alignment of the COI data in fasta format. The third file is a photograph showing an example of intermediate phenotypes in the A. constricta s.l. complex photographed in situ at Flat Rock Point, Brooklyn, New South Wales.
Contributors: Ivan Novoselov
... This is an example of the output files of a typical MTP active learning on-the-fly calculation (see the raw data for details).
Data for: BetaDL: a Protein Beta-sheet Predictor Utilizing a Deep Learning Model and Independent Set Solution
Contributors: Mahmoud Naghibzadeh, Toktam Dehghani
... ======================================= BetaDL: a Protein Beta-sheet Predictor Utilizing a Deep Learning Model and Independent Set Solution Prediction of beta-sheet structures (beta-residue contacts, beta-strand pairs, beta-strand pairing directions) ======================================= Knowledge Engineering Research Group (KERG), Department of Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran. Home page: https://kerg.um.ac.ir/ Contact: Dehgani.email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org ======================================= Input: In order to run BetaDL the following information must be provided: 1. Protein sequence and secondary structure assignment 2. A residue contact Probabilities matrix 3. Probability model for beta-sheet size respect to the number of beta-strands in proteins Output: BetaDL will predict the following information about beta sheet structure: 1. Beta-residue contact maps 2. Beta-strand pairs 3. Beta-strand pairing directions ======================================= Installation (Windows Version) and usage: 1. Unzip "BetaDL_package.rar" into the "BetaDL_package" folder 2. Compile and build the source codes in "BetaDL" folder and move "BetaDL.exe" to the BetaDL_package 3. Provide input files: Residue contact Probabilities in the "residue contact probabilities" folder, e.g. "\residue contact probabilities\1e5ka.GCNN" Sequence and secondary structure in the "secondary structures" folder, e.g. "\secondary structures\1e5ka.out" 4. Run "BetaDL.exe" 5. Output file: Beta-residue contact probabilities, e.g. "\test\1e5ka_DeepBBContact.out" Beta-residue pairwise alignments, e.g. "\test\1e5ka_alignmnet.out" Beta-residue contact maps, "e.g. \test\1e5ka_contactmap.out" Beta-sheet structure, e.g. "\test\1e5ka_conformation.out" ****The correct answer for the sample protein (1e5ka) can be found in following address: "\correct_beta_sheet_structure\1e5ka_correct.out" Enjoy it! ======================================= For more information please contact: Dehgani.email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org