This software computes the magnetic hysteresis curves for an ensemble of Single Molecule Magnets. It has been used to reproduce data recorded on a sample consisting of Fe4 molecules deposited on a superconducting substrate of Pb(111) at temperatures lower than 1 Kelvin. Further details can be found in the article "Quantum dynamics of a single molecule magnet on superconducting Pb(111)" G. Serrano et al., Nat. Mater. (2020).
This is the NetLogo v 6.04 source code for the model presented in Perry & Lee in Oikos 2019. doi: 10.1111/oik.6052 Note that the code requires a java file for the calculation of the k-path link connectivity algorithm, which is available from: http://www.emilio.ferrara.name/code/werw-kpath/
Zip code with files required to run the hunter-gatherer model used in Perry & O'Sullivan in Journal of Archaeological Method & Theory (in review). Unzip all files to the same directory and open the .nlogo file. Source requires NetLogo version 5.3.1
This publication includes two sets of R code.
The first code, named ‘1_set_up_n_create_time_activity_diagram_individual_n_aggregate.R’, has two parts. Part one sets up
parameters and loads and processes the data. The original data should be in a
format so that the end time of the previous activity episode is equals to the
start time of the following activity episode. This makes sure that vertical
timelines are continuous. Part two creates a time-activity diagram showing both
individual and aggregated patterns. For an example of this visualisation,
please see Figure 5 in our open access paper (doi:10.3390/ijerph16050897).
The second code, named ‘2_create_time_activity_diagram_aggregate_n_differences.R’,
creates a time-activity diagram showing aggregated patterns and differences
between two comparison groups. For an example of this visualisation, please see
Figure 4 in our open access paper (doi:10.3390/ijerph16050897).
The two codes should be run sequentially.