Contributors: Eniko Magyari
... This dataset contains the results of multi proxy analyses done on the 20 to 9 kyr cal BP section of a lake sediment core taken from Kokad Mire, E Hungary (47°24’10” N, 21°55’43” E; 112 m a.s.l.). Sediment description, pollen, microcharcoal and major element analyis results are included in the dataset. In addition, input files for quantitative climate reconstruction and output files for biomisation and summer (June-July-August) mean temperature reconstruction are provided with relevant R scripts. The aim of the study was to reconstruct vegetation change, soil development and provide quantitative climate reconstruction for the last glacial termination period for E Hungary and study the early expansion of temperate broadleaved trees (mainly Ulmus and Corylus) in the lowland of E Hungary. Our results suggest that warming was most intensive after Heinrich event 1, around 16,200 cal yr BP, the late glacial climate fluctuation is weakly expressed, the Younger Dryas (GS-1) do not show significant decrease in summer mean temperatures, and hazel shrubs (Corylus) expand in the area at that time confirming that this contintal area was wekly affected by this climate perturbation. The study was published in Quaternary Science Reviews. The paper is available at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277379119305657?dgcid=author or https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2019.105980
Contributors: Mariam CAMARERO
... Companion dataset and output files to the paper Club Convergence of Sectoral CO2 Emissions in the European Union. We apply Phillips and Sul (2007, 2009) methodology to test for convergence and club convergence to emissions of EU countries at a sectoral level.
Data for: Electronic structure and magnetism of Al-doped tris(8-hydroxyquinoline)iron investigated by experiment and first-principle calculation
Contributors: Feng Jiang, Yinong Wang, Mengqi Dong
... The uploaded data include raw data of experimental FTIR, XPS, M-H and theoretical molecule and cell structure, electron density, TDOS, PDOS, energy difference for the manuscript "Electronic structure and magnetism of Al-doped tris(8-hydroxyquinoline)iron investigated by experiment and first-principle calculation".
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Contributors: Yonghua Wu
... The ground-level ozone, PM2.5 and lidar-ceilometer measured PBL-height.
A computational tool for hydrosedimentological and statistical calculations: Datasets and Supplementary Materials
Contributors: Bruno Bernardo dos Santos, Frederico Mauad, Renato Miranda, Teodorico Alves Sobrinho, Paulo Tarso Oliveira
... **** Please view the README.txt file for detailed information about NH SEDIMENT AND STATISTIC. ***** Title: A computational tool for hydrosedimentological and statistical calculations Version: 1.0 Date: 10/07/2019 Contact information: Bruno B. Santos, Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul, Campo Grande, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil, email@example.com Geographic location 1: Mogi-Guaçu reservoir, Mogi-Guaçu, SP, Brazil Dates of data collection: 01/2014 and 03/2014 Geographic location 2: Guariroba river basin, Campo Grande, MS, Brazil Dates of data collection: 2017, 2018 and 2019 This directory contains the following supplementary materials, datasets and software: SUPPLEMENTARY FIGURES AND TABLES • Figure S1. Abacus 1: Relation between unmeasured solid discharge per meter river width and average velocity (Left); Abacus 2: Relation between relative concentration from average velocity and average watercourse depth (Right). • Figure S2. Abacus 3: Obtaining correction factor as a function of efficiency ratio. • Table S1: Estimated values of A and B used in the computational tool to calculate relative concentration • Table S2: Main equations used for Kolmogorov-Smirnov normality test • Table S3: Main equations used for Wilcoxon test • Table S4: Data from Mogi-Guaçu reservoir used for suspended load calculation • Table S5: Data from Mogi-Guaçu reservoir used for total load calculation • Table S6: Data from Guariroba basin used for bed load calculation • Table S7: Measured and estimated suspended sediment concentration data from Mogi-Guaçu reservoir and their residues for Scenario 1 (C1) • Table S8: Measured and estimated suspended sediment concentration data from Mogi-Guaçu reservoir and their residues for Scenario 2 (C2) • Table S9: Water temperature data of Mogi-Guaçu Reservoir on 01/27/2014 • Table S10: Water temperature data of Mogi-Guaçu Reservoir on 01/29/2014 • Table S11: Water temperature data of Mogi-Guaçu Reservoir on 03/20/2014 • Table S12: Comparison between bed load data calculated with NHSS and WinTSR • Table S13: Comparison between total load data calculated with NHSS and WinTSR • Table S14: Comparison of main normality test results between NHSS and R • Table S15: Comparison of main F-Fisher test results between NHSS and R • Table S16: Comparison of main Student’s t-test results between NHSS and R • Table S17: Comparison of main Wilcoxon’s test results between NHSS and R DATASETS • Input Data_Guariroba basin data for bed load calculation.xlsx • Input Data_Mogi-Guaçu Data for total load calculation.xlsx • Input Data_Mogi-Guaçu Suspended Sediment concentration_Scenario 1_Turbidity.xlsx • Input Data_Mogi-Guaçu Suspended Sediment concentration_Scenario 2_LISST.xlsx • Input Data_Mogi-Guaçu Temperature Data.xlsx • Output_Bed load.xlsx • Output_F-test.xlsx • Output_Normality test.xlsx • Output_Total_Load.xlsx • Output_t-test.xlsx • Output_W-test.xlsx SOFTWARE • Software_NHSS-64bits.xlsm • Software_Code.pdf • Read Me.txt
Dataset of A New product development processes for IOT-enabled home use medical devices: a systematic review
Contributors: Apiwat Thongprasert, Arisara Jiamsanguanwong
... A systematic review study following the PRISMA-P statement in the field of IOT and home use medical device new product development process of research articles in four electronic databases: PubMed, Web of Science, ScienceDirect and IEEE Xplore, published during 2007 to 2018 in the English language.
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.
State-Dependent TMS reveals the differential contribution of ATL and IPS to the representation of abstract concepts related to social and quantity knowledge
Contributors: Stefano Cappa
... - presentation code and script for the category priming task - single subject log files - TMS site randomization