Contributors: Elda de Oliveira, Maria Cristina Mazzaia, Carmen Lúcia Albuquerque de Santana, Marcia Thereza Couto Falcão
... Objective: to produce a mental health podcast with young people from urban poverty contexts , based on their priority, on the processes of individual and social dimensions regarding suicidal behavior. Method: project approved by the applicant institution. Qualitative research developed through action research. The theoretical reference of choice is intersectionality, which reflects the multiplicities of differentiations that, articulating with gender, permeate the social. This approach does not emphasize the determinations of phenomena only on the economic basis, but also from other social markers, since several inequality aspects are now recognized as influencing the subjects' daily practices. The unit selected will be the State School, which belongs to the East Education Board 2, located in the Itaim Paulista neighborhood, east side of São Paulo (SP) - Brazil. Data collection will be performed through workshops - group technique that allows data collection in participatory research. All workshops will be recorded and filmed for further analysis. The instruments and methods of data collection will occur through interviews, field journal and different participatory strategies during the development of the workshops. The interviews will take place according to the questionnaire that apprehends the Social Reproduction Index (SRI), which analyzes the different dimensions of the social life of the groups. It is a tool capable of apprehending the differences of social reproduction that characterize the social classes that are part of a given territory, being able to show the different epidemiological profiles of families, even if they are living in the same micro space. This differentiation enables the planning of educational or other actions. The field journal used to make a dense description of what was observed in the field, written and/or recorded immediately to the field activity. Data processing: the workshops will be transcribed and inserted in the QSRNvivo software, used for text analysis and other materials, such as videos and audios. It is a useful technological tool for qualitative research to organize and analyze data production, which facilitates analysis, since the software is unable to understand the results. Analysis: will be followed a multilevel analysis, which considers the identity construction of the subjects, the symbolic representations and the social structure in which the participants are immersed.
Contributors: UnaElsLive Natra
... MD-2831 Update Java version in the Docker containers
Contributors: Juan_Gabriel Rueda-Bayona
... the folder contains input and setup files of the article An Alternative Method to Determine Extreme Hydrodynamic Forces with Data Limitations for Offshore Engineering
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Contributors: UnaElsLive Natra, mdgmatest5 live
... RDM - File Type Support 21May2019 ElsCustomer Apart from .u3d all files preview [ .obj / .ply / .vtk / .stl / .ent / .brk / .pdb / .pse / .mol / .mol2 / .cif / .u3d / .dcm / .nii] - .pse is not supported
Data for: Thermodynamics of an austenitic stainless steel (AISI-348) through in situ TEM heavy ion irradiations
Contributors: Matheus A. Tunes, Graeme Greaves, Thomas M. Kremmer, Vladimir M. Vishnyakov, Philip D. Edmondson, Stefan Pogatscher, Stephen E. Donnelly, Claudio Schon
... This dataset contains processed and raw data necessary to reproduce the reported research investigation. The steps to reproduce this research are detailed described in the Materials and Method section in our paper.
Keeping order in the brain: the supramarginal gyrus and serial order in short-term memory - dataset and materials
Contributors: Giacomo Guidali, Alberto Pisoni, Nadia Bolognini, Costanza Papagno
... Dataset and materials for the rTMS study "Keeping order in the brains: the supramarginal gyrus and serial order in short-term memory". In the "Experiment folders" there are the E-Prime script of the tasks and the stimuli used. In the "Database and all anlysis" folder, there is the anonymus excel database of all 4 experiments and the Statistica workbook with all the analyses conducted and reported in the paper.
Contributors: Museo de Zoología QCAZ, Andres Terneux, Damián Nicolalde, Daniel Nicolalde, SAMAEL PADILLA
... Labeled dataset of frog calls recorded at Yasuní National Park using directional and omni-directional microphones. We trained a Bayesian classifier with Gaussian Mixture Models and applied it to study the audio in Unidentified Long Recordings. The results of the analysis are in the related article. We showed that the application of a frog-call recognition algorithm allows the estimation of presence-absence of the trained subset of species in real-world recordings of an actual amphibian monitoring made in the wild.
Contributors: Rickie Morey
... The primary question investigated was ‘How do Deakin University academic staff perceive the role of liaison librarians?’ This investigation was conducted to collect and analyze data to better understand how academics at Deakin University perceive the role of librarians, regardless of whether they are faculty liaison or service desk based, and to help inform how liaison librarians at Deakin University undertake their role. Focus groups were formed by inviting academics and selected library staff to participate in an activity, during which they created an artifact – a visual representation of the role of a liaison librarian using mixed media, including drawing and collage. During an unstructured interview section, participants gave an oral explanation of their work in order to make meaning of their creative representation. This was recorded, and de-identified, for data analysis.
Contributors: ginny-marie Bradley
... Data used during my PhD on the Tumblagooda Sandstone to compare modern paralic systems to one deposited in the absence of plants.
Contributors: Adam Hill
... Presented is the source code for the CrystalGrower Visualiser: a visualisation package for use with the CrystalGrower simulation tool. The visualiser software is open source for users to modify. Source code is formatted for use with Visual Studio 2015 or later. This program allows users to visualise and study simulations performed with the CrystalGrower program. Images and movies can be captured using this tool and presented for use in publications or presentations. Visualisation methods include: natural tiling, spheres and atoms + bonds, dependent on the structures selected. The CrystalGrower Visualiser can display zeolite, MOF, molecular, ionic and atomic crystals. File manuals are included for both the CG and CGV, with examples provided for all file types