Data for: An intelligent hybridization of ARIMA with machine learning models for time series forecasting
Contributors: PAULO DE MATTOS NETO
... Three classical time series widely used in the literature.
Dataset for the article: “Data on mixed trophies biofilm for continuous cyclohexane oxidation to cyclohexanol using Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803”
Contributors: Ingeborg Heuschkel
... Dataset for the article: “Data on mixed trophies biofilm for continuous cyclohexane oxidation to cyclohexanol using Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803” Journal Title: Data in Brief Authors: Ingeborg Heuschkel, Anna Hoschek, Andreas Schmid, Bruno Bühler, Rohan Karande, Katja Bühler Corresponding Author: Dr. Rohan Karande Department of Solar Materials Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research, UFZ Permoserstrasse 15, 04318 Leipzig, Germany
Data for: Cosmogenic 3He in alluvial metal and alloy grains: assessing the potential for quantifying sediment transport times.
Contributors: Olga Yakubovich
... Calculations on 3He production rates in native metals and alloys in GEANT4 and SRIM.
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Data for: Analysis of the Postural Stabilization in the Upright Stance Using Optimization Properties
Contributors: Arthur Ferreira
... MANUSCRIPT TITLE Analyzing the Optimization Process Underlying the Stabilization of the Upright Body Posture MANUSCRIPT AUTHORS Carla Porto, Thiago Lemos, Arthur de Sá Ferreira CODE IMPLEMENTATION BY Arthur S. Ferreira LAST UPDATE August 22, 2018 PLEASE FOWARD QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, REMARKS, AND BUGS TO email@example.com SESSION INFO (sessionInfo()) R version 3.5.1 (2018-07-02) Platform: x86_64-apple-darwin15.6.0 (64-bit) Running under: macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 Matrix products: default BLAS: /Library/Frameworks/R.framework/Versions/3.5/Resources/lib/libRblas.0.dylib LAPACK: /Library/Frameworks/R.framework/Versions/3.5/Resources/lib/libRlapack.dylib locale:  pt_BR.UTF-8/pt_BR.UTF-8/pt_BR.UTF-8/C/pt_BR.UTF-8/pt_BR.UTF-8 attached base packages:  stats graphics grDevices utils datasets methods base other attached packages:  TestFunctions_0.2.0 loaded via a namespace (and not attached):  compiler_3.5.1 README INFO The following R scripts are provided: 'Albertsen.R' for generating reading and analyzing data from literature. 'cop.processing.R' for digital signal processing. ‘optimization.R’ for analyzing data using the optimization variables. ‘test.func.optim.R’ for simulating and analyzing test functions for mathematical optimization procedures. There is no particular order to execute each script, although they follow the sequence of the structured manuscript. Just make sure all required R packages ('TestFunctions') are installed before running the scripts.
Contributors: Daniel Gerber
... Data for plots for: Energy-Saving Opportunities of Direct-DC Loads in Buildings
Contributors: Sandra Zarzycka
... Abstract: Red ocher (hematite) is a ferrous iron oxide mineral commonly used by Paleoindians in a variety of contexts, but its significance in mobile toolkits is not well understood. Here we demonstrate the importance of ocher to Paleoindians by determining the distance they were willing to carry it. The La Prele Mammoth site (48CO1401) is an approximately 13,000-year-old mammoth processing site with an associated campsite that contains scattered ocher nodules and a prominent ocher stain. The geochemical signature of La Prele ocher was established and compared to four natural ocher sources in Wyoming using inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES). Ocher from La Prele was sourced to the Powars II ocher quarry approximately 100 km away. Paleoindians were willing to carry ocher for long distances, suggesting that red ocher was an important constituent of the Clovis mobile toolkit, while supporting the notion that Clovis maintained large territories. This geochemical analytical technique has potential for establishing geologic sources of ocher from other regions and time periods. File 1: The first file in this database contains an excel spreadsheet which includes raw data for ICP-OES analysis, dilution calculations, and values corrected for dilution. File 2: The second file in this database contains the R code used for statistical analysis of this paper. File 3: The third file in this database contains tables 1-4 found in our published manuscript.
Inner Filter Effect Dataset for : Impact study of the wastewater treatment plant effluents on fluorescence of coastal zone water using fluorescence EEM-PARAFAC.
Contributors: ibrahim el-nahhal, Yasser El-Nahhal, Roland Redon, Michel Raynaud, Stephane Mounier4
... This dataset is for the verification of the inexistence of the inner filter effect in the dataset for the article entitled "Impact study of the wastewater treatment plant effluents on fluorescence of coastal zone water using fluorescence EEM-PARAFAC."
'Effects of spatial dimensionality and steric interactions on microtubule-motor self-organization' by Jamie Rickman, François Nédélec & Thomas Surrey
Contributors: Jamie Rickman
... Simulation configuration files and documentation for the data presented in 'Effects of spatial dimensionality and steric interactions on microtubule-motor self-organization' by Jamie Rickman, François Nédélec & Thomas Surrey
Contributors: Joanna Gurgurewicz, Marta Skiścim, Justyna Pers, Daniel Mège
... DATASET D1 AFM nanoscale topography of the Udokan basalt sample (Fig. 2c) in ASCII format. DATASET D2 AFM nanoscale topography of the Ogaden basalt sample (Fig. 2f) in ASCII format.
Contributors: Ahmed Elhattab
... This code provides a finite element modeling for the Vehicle Bridge Interaction Problem. The vehicle is modeled as a quarter car with two degrees of freedom accounting for the body mass bouncing and the axle mass bouncing. While the Bridge is modeled using Finite Element Euler Bernoulli Beams. The program can be used to simulate the VBI with and without road roughness. Also a damage model is added to simulate the effect of structural damages using Sinha Damage model (2002). The code is built upon the contact force concept. In this concept the vehicle equation of motion and the bridge equation of motion are solved separately by equating the contact force between the vehicle and the bridge. The equations of motion are solved explicitly using Newmark-Beta Integration scheme. For a very small time step size (dt<.001) implicit and explicit solution should match, thus the program is adequate to simulate the VBI for infinitesimal time steps. The code was written in Matlab-2018a, changes in language might be subjected in the future. There is a new technique that has been used to assemble the Bridge Stiffness matrix utilizing a positioning vector. The new approach enabled assembling the bridge stiffness matrix in only 10 lines. The computational time is relatively low: for 100 Finite beams, the solution time is 6sec using single core.