86 results for qubit oscillator frequency
Contributors: Anandakuttan B Unnithan
... 9 variables including review comments scrapped from a leading online retail portal . Include reviews from 3600 customers
Contributors: Chanintorn Jittawiriyanukoon
... Tab file for MOA simulation
Contributors: Paul Groth, Mike Lauruhn, Antony Scerri, Ronald Daniel
... This dataset is the result of applying crowd sourcing to the extractions of two open information extraction tools (Open IE 4 and MinIE) linked below. Extractions were performed on both a set of random sentences from Wikipedia and randomly selected sentences from the OA-STM corpus. The aim is to evaluate the effectiveness of open information extraction tools on scientific and medical text. The initial datasets, the code for applying information, the HITS, labelling instructions, and analysis code are all included above.
Contributors: Mary Easter Claire Perez-Torres
... This data includes research and literature about the mental health care in prison setting.
Contributors: Lisa Oshita
... This data contains 7,760 questions from iFixit's online question and answer forum, Answers, as well as user and textual features for each question. Data was used in a survival analysis of the time until a question posted on Answers forum received its first answer. A Cox proportional hazards model was developed to predict the survival probability of posted questions, as well as to identify variables associated with question response time. Variables found to be significantly associated with response time included: the device category the question pertains to, if the question was posted on a weekday or weekend, whether or not the question's title contained at least one term considered frequently-used among unanswered questions, and whether or not the question's title ended in a question mark. The additional file, data_key.csv, contains a description of each variable, as well as a column indicating if the variable was part of the original data or derived.
Writing Corpus of Kenneth Udut from 1989-2016 (34977 entries collected from 27 years online), one per line.
Contributors: Kenneth Udut
... I'm collecting everything I've ever written online since 1989 into one place. This dataset, compiled on 2016-05-04, contains 34977 entries consisting of emails, blogs, comments on forums, Usenet posts, Facebook, Google+, Vine, Youtube, and other written output. The data is organized one line per entry with carriage returns and line feeds removed. It is also available on http://icopiedyou.com and on gopher at: gopher://sdf.org/1/users/kudut/35000_thoughts/
Contributors: Thierry Warin, William Sanger
... The dataset gathers all press conferences in text form made by the first three Presidents of the European Central Bank since its inception in 1998. Press conferences are composed of two elements: (1) introductory statements and (2) questions and answers (Q&A) from journalists. They serve as the main communication vehicle about the monetary policy decision of the ECB׳s Governing Council. From 1998 to 2016, a total of 205 press conferences have been delivered. The dataset is structured into two main sections: (1) 205 introductory statement of the Presidents of the ECB explaining the monetary policy of the Institution and (2) 205 answers provided by the Presidents to the journalists, hence a total of 410 statements (914,499 words or 3050 pages) about the monetary policy and its context, in text form.
Contributors: Christine Y. Chen, Adam C. Maloof
... ******************* Please view the README.txt file for detailed documentation of data. ******************** Title: Revisiting the deformed high shoreline of Lake Bonneville: Datasets and Supplementary Materials Version: 1.0 Date of Release: 2017/01/25 Identifier: doi:10.17632/fhvsfjx7j6.1 Permalink: http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/fhvsfjx7j6.1 Associated publication: Chen, C. Y. & Maloof, A. C. (2017) "Revisiting the deformed high shoreline of Lake Bonneville." Quaternary Science Reviews. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2016.12.019 Link to publication: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2016.12.019 Suggested citation: Please reference the associated publication above when using any datasets or materials described in the README file. Contact information: Christine Y. Chen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A., email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Dates of data collection: 2012/06 - 2014/07 Geographic location: Utah, Nevada, and Idaho, U.S.A. This directory contains the following datasets and supplementary materials: SUPPLEMENTARY TEXT AND FIGURES - ChenMaloof2017_QSR_Bonneville_SuppMaterials.pdf: supplement of text and additional figures SHORELINE ELEVATION TABULAR DATA - bonneville_shoreline_feature_elev_table_cychen_v1.csv, bonneville_shoreline_feature_elev_table_cychen_v1.xls: shoreline feature elevation measurements in tabular formats GIS DATASETS - bonneville_shoreline_feature_elev_cychen_v1.zip, bonneville_shoreline_feature_elev_cychen_v1.kmz: shoreline feature elevation measurements in ESRI shapefile (compressed zip file) and KMZ formats - bonneville_shoreline_outline_cychen_v1.mdb, bonneville_shoreline_outline_cychen_v1.kmz: shoreline outline in ESRI geodatabase and KMZ formats - bonneville_shoreline_outline_pts_cychen_v1.csv: 1000 pairs of latitude and longitude coordinates describing equally-spaced locations along the Bonneville shoreline outline; created for plotting purposes for the general community - bonneville_shoreline_field_photos_cychen_v1.kml: contains geotagged photos of shoreline features measured in this study - bonneville_vol_NAD83_CORS96_cychen_v1.tif: georeferenced map of approximate lake volume represented by the Bonneville shoreline - bonneville_vol_NAD83_CORS96_cychen_v1.txt: contains columns of latitude, longitude, and depth describing estimated lake volume of the Bonneville lake stage DRONE-DERIVED DATASETS - antelope_drone_dsm_maloof_v1.tif, antelope_drone_rgb_maloof_v1.tif: drone-derived digital surface model (dsm) and orthophoto (rgb) of a ~1000 m x 500 m area in the southern part of Antelope Island, Utah; georeferenced Specific documentation of each file is described in subsequent sections. We refer the user to the original manuscript (see above) and the text of the Supplementary Materials published alongside this manuscript for additional general information regarding the collection and generation of these data.
Contributors: María del Pilar García-Chitiva
... This data set includes a representative sample of published papers indexed in the Scopus database between 1998 and 2018. The records include the bibliographic data of all the manuscripts with the term “Transactive Memory System” in the title, the abstract or the keywords. The resulting sample of 322 papers was downloaded in BibTeX format from Scopus in January 2019 and transformed as a comma-separated value format.
Migrants in the media: a quantitative analysis of print media in Spain, Belgium and Germany in the context of the upcoming 2019 European elections.
Contributors: Kate Jackson, Ariane Gemander
... The matter of migrant related discourses has been a prominent theme in political debates and public discussions leading up to the European elections. The ways in which migration and migrants are framed in the discourse encompases how migration is percieved and constructed in the general consciousness, and has an observable effect on political developments around the world. Media portrayals of migrants influences local communities’ perception and openness to newcomers. Entrance into a community requires participation from both the migrants, and the local communities. This research has been pursued in order to better understand the discursive way in which migrants are being contextualized in the media in three European countries. This study offers a quantitative analysis of nine online newspapers from Germany, Spain and Belgium. Data has been gathered over a two month period to create a lexical database that can be regarded as a whole, or observed as lexical developments over the two months leading up to the elections. To conduct the quantitative analysis, the researchers used TXM, a digital tool that supports the statistical analysis of large volumes of text. Through creating a lexical corpus, the researchers have codified recurring words and “lexical environments” of keywords that the researchers specifically targeted. Analyzing the results against a literary review of previous analysis for each of the three countries provides us with a point of analysis of how migrants are being presented in the discourse. This work is designed to help better understand the ways in which migrants are being depicted to local populations as this framing has been shown to affect voting patterns and the political landscape.