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Nine animation videos used in the questionnaire described in the articles "Brain-Computer Interfaces for communication: preferences of individuals with locked-in syndrome" and "Brain-Computer Interfaces for communication: comparison between individuals with locked-in syndrome, caregivers and researchers".
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Supplementary files for manuscript.
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Citclops Forel-Ule colour instructions - English
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Fieldtrip Mexico 10.2019 - 01.2020 backup interviews
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Citclops_ GEOSS_ Citizen Observatories: colour. This is one of the videos the authors produced and published on the colour of the sea for the general public, to be used in citizen science.
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Presentation given at the European PV Solar Energy Conference, Marseille, 2019 about the development of Open Science in the context of photovoltaics
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Video with aerial coverage of Alcolobre River
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Supplemental figures for manuscript now in open access form.
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4K movie displaying the 3D rendering of the head and both the morphological features and spatial organization of the main encephalic subdivisions of the Yellow-Bellied Sea Snake. The brain reconstruction was obtained from a microCT scan of a iodine-stained specimen through manual segmentation using the software Amira 5.5.0. Other videos can be found here. If you are interested in reptile brain evolution and behavior, please, have a look to our recent publication: "Comparative analysis of squamate brains unveils multi-level variation in cerebellar architecture associated with locomotor specialization" Simone Macrì, Yoland Savriama, Imran Khan & Nicolas Di-Poï For any inquiries or additional information, please, refer to the contacts provided in the article.
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4K movie displaying the 3D rendering of the head and both the morphological features and spatial organization of the main encephalic subdivisions of the Golden Flying Snake. The brain reconstruction was obtained from a microCT scan of a iodine-stained specimen through manual segmentation using the software Amira 5.5.0. Other videos can be found here. If you are interested in reptile brain evolution and behavior, please, have a look to our recent publication: "Comparative analysis of squamate brains unveils multi-level variation in cerebellar architecture associated with locomotor specialization" Simone Macrì, Yoland Savriama, Imran Khan & Nicolas Di-Poï For any inquiries or additional information, please, refer to the contacts provided in the article.
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