A new method for analyzing sustainability performance of global supply chains and its application to material resources
Contributors: Livia Cabernard, Stephan Pfister, Stefanie Hellweg
... VERSION 2 Compared to version 1, version 2 runs without matlab. The file “Instructions.pdf” attached below explains how to install and use this application. The file “Explanation_method_examples.pptx” attached below illustrates the principle of the method and how to use the application with several examples. OVERALL DESCRIPTION (same as for version 1): We share here the data compiled to calculate the results presented in the study «A new method for analyzing sustainability performance of global supply chains and its application to material resources». In order to allow for the compilation of all results of interest, we provide an application. This application is based on the multi-regional-input output database EXIOBASE3 (version 3.4) and data to assess the potential environmental impacts of emissions and resource use. While the data for assessing the environmental impacts is provided here, the user must download the Exiobase data from the Exiobase website (due to copyright issues). The provided application allows to assess the cumulated upstream impacts of any sector or region on the globe without double-counting and to track these impacts upstream and downstream the global value chain. The application covers a broad set of environmental and socio-economic indicators and the timespan from 1995 to 2011. The methodology of this application is comprehensively explained in the study: «A new method for analyzing sustainability performance of global supply chains and its application to material resources» (e.g Section 2.1 gives a broad overview of the principle of the method). Link to the study: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.04.434
Contributors: Laura Newsome
... Data associated with manuscript 'Manganese and cobalt redox cycling in laterites; biogeochemical and bioprocessing implications'
Contributors: Thomas Wollmann, Haris Tabakovic
... This dataset replicates tables and figures in the article "The Impact of Money on Science." The paper measures the productivity of university research investments and asks whether the resulting pools of knowledge create valuable, downstream technology (or simply accumulate in the “ivory tower”). It uses unexpected NCAA athletic outcomes to vary research support to university faculty and estimate knowledge productivity. We find positive, significant effects of research expenditures on articles published and patents filed. Then, using data on university technology licensing income, we show that these investments produce large returns in real terms. The data consists of an instrument, inputs, and outputs (from the knowledge production process). -The instrument consists of Associated Press college football team rankings. -The inputs the knowledge production function consist of the following: * research support expenditures (downloaded from the National Science Foundation) * faculty headcounts and expenditures (also downloaded from the National Science Foundation) * physical capital, i.e. facility expenditures (downloaded from IPEDS) - The outputs measure patenting, publishing, and licensing activity * Patent data comes from PatentsView.org (http://www.patentsview.org) and the USPTO Office of the Chief Economist. * Publishing activity is measured by academic publications, mainly in the ``STEM'' fields * University technology licensing revenues are surveyed and published by Association of University Technology Managers (``AUTM'') More details on the construction of these measures can be found in the associated article. Name correspondences are provided in an Excel file (nameMerge.xlsx). Code that combines the data from the subfolders and replicates the relevant tables and figures of the paper is provided in a STATA "do" file (master_final.do). Output files are exported to the "output" subfolder.
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Contributors: Aleksey Maksimov, Nikita Kovalenko, Irina Uspenskaya
... This dataset contains MATLAB source code (eGLCM.m) for the excess Gibbs energy model describing the properties of aqueous electrolyte solutions, mixed solvent electrolyte systems and nonelectrolyte systems, electrolyte version of the Generalized Local Composition Model (eGLCM). It also contains input files for TernAPI program, designed for ternary phase diagrams calculation by means of the convex hull method (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fluid.2014.12.028, https://td.chem.msu.ru/en/developments/ternapi/). This files allow to reproduce assessed phase diagrams of the H2O – HNO3 – REE(NO3)3 systems (REE = Y, La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, Eu, Gd).
Contributors: UnaElsLive Natra
... MD-2831 Update Java version in the Docker containers
Contributors: Peter Eppinger
... This repository is linked to the article "Service Offshoring and Firm Employment" by Peter Eppinger (University of Tübingen) in the Journal of International Economics (2019). It includes a "Data access" statement, which provides detailed instructions on how researchers can apply for access to the confidential micro data used in the paper at the Research Data and Service Centre (RDSC) of the Deutsche Bundesbank. It further includes the Stata code needed to replicate all results in the article on site and a readme file explaining this code.
High-Resolution 1H NMR of Powdered Solids by Homonuclear Dipolar Decoupling - Supplementary Material
Contributors: Federico Maria Paruzzo
... This folder contains the supplementary material of: Paruzzo, F.M and Emsley, L., High-Resolution 1H NMR of Powdered Solids by Homonuclear Dipolar Decoupling, J. Magn. Res. 2019. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2019.106598) This paper focuses on the comparison of experimental performance of homonuclear dipolar decoupling schemes, and it provides guidelines for the optimization of such experiments. This folders contains all the raw data of the experiments shown in the manuscript, as well as all the Bruker "au" and pulse programs necessary for the implementation of such experiments.
A Mathematical Model for the Berth Allocation Problem with Variable Service Time and Continuous Time Horizon
Contributors: Bruno Luís Hönigmann Cereser
... Tests, Results and Codes of the paper "A Mathematical Model for the Berth Allocation Problem with Variable Service Time and Continuous Time Horizon".
A Mathematical Model for the Berth Allocation Problem with Machine Patterns and Continuous Time Horizon
Contributors: Bruno Luís Hönigmann Cereser
... Intances, codes and results.
Contributors: Enrique Garcia-Macias, Alejandro E. Martínez-Castro
... All the data relating the case studies used to validate the HTSA approach. These include: simply supported beam, continuous three-span bridge, the viaduct of Rodenillo, and the viaduct of Santa Ana. Along with the data files, MATLAB scripts are also provided to post-process the results.